While cutting up expired credit cards a thought came to Gary's mind, why not draw on them instead. What would be a more meaningful symbol than this 2 x 3 inch piece of plastic that allows us all to exchange income for goods and services? What a perfect format to deface and morph into art!
As with any new medium, an artist has to figure ways to express ideas and feelings while tackling problems inherent in the "found or unusual" material. My paintings follow a similar process of sketching, selecting and developing the forms while deciding on the final piece's size and materials needed for the completion. I always allow room for my creative process to make changes from my initial concept to the piece's final presentation.
CREDIT CARD SCULPTURE
"Express Flight" Credit Card Collage, 21x 23.75", $300
"House of Credit"
11.75 x 14.5"Painting and Credit Cards, $200
Double-sided, Credit Cards - mixed media, 63.5 x 26”, $1,000
Credit Card Sculpture, Mixed Media, 21" x 20 x 9.5", $500
Wood, Paint and Credit Cards, 25 x23", $500
Card Shark Carousel, (2-sided ) Mixed, Acrylic Masonite, $600
ExpressFlight collage, 21”x 23.75, $300.
Two Squirrels, 2.25x3.25”, $150
Cannon, 2.25”x 3.25, $150
Double-sided Glass Framed, 2.25 x 3.25", $150