Florence Weisz Sensuous Stripes

“Stripes 12”
alcohol ink and digital photo collage, 24 x 24 x 2 inches
Florence Weisz works in collage as her primary medium. Over the years she has explored many visual ideas seeking distinctive materials and innovative ways to express them. The “Sensuous Stripes” series stems from her fascination with rigid patterns of parallel lines and how they become undulating and sensual when draped on the human body. These stripe collages have evolved from 2-D abstractions combined with her signature alcohol ink papers into 3-D compositions and site-specific installations.

“Stripes 8”
alcohol ink and digital photo collage, 24 x 24 x 2 inches


“Stripes Site-Specific” – Academy Square Galleries, Montclair New Jersey
collage: digital photo, buckram


“Striped Diptych”
alcohol ink and digital photo collage on panels, 36 x 48 x 2 inches


“My Father’s Fish 1”
collage: digital photos and book cloth, 19 x 13 x 3 inches


“Margaret Connected”
collage: digital photos and elastic, 28 x 19 x 5 inches

“Lady#Two In Striped Skirt”
collage: digital photos and book cloth on hardboard panel, 24 x 15 x 6 inches


“Lady#One In Striped Skirt”
collage: digital photos and book cloth on hardboard panel, 24 x 15 x 6 inches


collage: digital photos and buckram, 38 x 14 x 6 inches


“Striped Interactive”
alcohol ink and digital photo collage, collage pieces on mounting board, Velcro Hook and Loop
Wall Mounted Collage, 24 x 24 inches  Collage Tray, 10 x 10 inches


In a studio overlooking her garden in South Orange, New Jersey, Florence Weisz has been creating art for well over 30 years. After earning a degree in Fine Art from Douglass College, Rutgers University, Florence studied in Paris and then in Jerusalem where she also lived and taught art in special education schools for eight eventful years. She has exhibited her art in the US and abroad in museums, private galleries and alternative spaces. Her artworks are in numerous collections including The New Jersey State Museum, Citibank, IBM, PSE&G, Merck, Schering Plough, Chubb Insurance, the Municipality of Be’er Sheva, Israel, and The Port of Authority of NY and NJ. She is a recipient of a NJ State Council on the Arts Fellowship Award.

website: www.FlorenceWeisz.com

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    • Thank you Bascha. You have always been the most supportive and kind friend to me and so many other artists! May you continue to go from strength to strength with your own wonderful art.

  1. Sara nuss-galles says:

    Interesting sinuousness of the stripes. Especially Like the humorous double fish piece for your father. Best to you in 2018 and on from sara and arie

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