Ellen Land-Weber

 

 Collages and constructions assembled especially for the camera, or more recently the scanner and computer comprise this body of work representing on-going investigations in color photography. Utilizing manipulations of size, scale, and juxtaposition, the work builds upon earlier ideas explored with color copy machines in the 1970's and '80's.

At least two millenia of art history are the source for representations of male and female figures, now repositioned with the intent to comment on traditional and contemporary societal expectations of gender relationships, and served up with a touch of irony, whimsy, and poetic vision.

Ellen Land-Weber

 

Ellen Land-Webber #1