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    Default Sassy's newest hobby

    Decided to try a new art form. Called Mixed Media.

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    ~ "Mixed media art is a kind of artwork in which several mediums are employed. There’s an important difference between “mixed-media” artworks and “multimedia art”.

    Mixed media means a work of visual art that mixes numerous traditionally unique visual art media. To provide an example, a work on canvas that mixes paint, ink, as well as collage can appropriately be called a “mixed media” work – but not a work of “multimedia art.”

    The term multimedia art indicates a broader range than mixed media, merging visual art with non-visual materials (including recorded sound, for example) or with elements of the other arts (such as literature, drama, dance, motion graphics, music, or interactivity)." ~




    https://bertaart.com/the-history-of-mixed-media-art/

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    Very nice Sassy....I learned something...had to look it up....



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    Quote Originally Posted by LongTermGuy View Post
    ~ "Mixed media art is a kind of artwork in which several mediums are employed. There’s an important difference between “mixed-media” artworks and “multimedia art”.

    Mixed media means a work of visual art that mixes numerous traditionally unique visual art media. To provide an example, a work on canvas that mixes paint, ink, as well as collage can appropriately be called a “mixed media” work – but not a work of “multimedia art.”

    The term multimedia art indicates a broader range than mixed media, merging visual art with non-visual materials (including recorded sound, for example) or with elements of the other arts (such as literature, drama, dance, motion graphics, music, or interactivity)." ~




    https://bertaart.com/the-history-of-mixed-media-art/

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    Very nice Sassy....I learned something...had to look it up....
    This mixed media piece uses .... Canvas, gesso, acrylic paint, ink, alcohol ink, feathers, lace, paper flowers, jewels, molding clay, mica powder. This was my first piece. I think my next one is going to be in a steampunk style. Lots of metal pieces.
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