working, so often if the story is good it will keep me at it longer.If I organize pieces well as I am cutting them makes an easier and faster in the creation I do not have to search as long for a piece.I will organize by colour, content and shape.A big part of my preparation is experiencing the inspiration. Which can be many things, meditation, taking a bike ride in nature, a walk though the city, a visit to themuseum, music, spending time with a muse.Or often its TV or movie,especiallyfor thecomic bookones i would watch the movie about the superhero.For the ultramarine show “Reef life” piece i watched a lotofdocumentariesabout coral reefs,it was pretty great and I learned interesting things about fish.
Now let's focus on your artistic production: I would start from yourFashion Magazine Collages seriesthat our readers have already started to get to know in the introductory pages of this article: and I would suggest to our readers to visit yur website directly athttp://www.melissamoffat.comin order to get a wider idea of your artistic production... In the meanwhile, would you like to tell us something about thegenesisof this interesting project? What was your initial inspiration? The magazines themselves were the genesis.They were filled with colour, patterns,and shapes.They were just sitting there in a pile, wanting to be made into something new.I enjoyed the process the ripping out of the pages and the cutting was therapeutic.During creating It was mediative the pieces would just fit like a puzzle. In some collages they were made with just one issue so it was the challenge, of trying to create with limited supplies. detail from myFunerals, Performance