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Waiting for a Train Going South, 1998

By Ellen Golla

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SwitchArt® is the easiest and most affordable way to change out your art. This print pairs with SwitchArt® Magnetic Frames. To use, simply roll print into a tube shape with its print side facing inward. Match top corners of rolled print to top corners of magnetic frame, then slowly unroll into place. Updating your art, quickly and often, is as easy as 1, 2, 3 with SwitchArt®.Additional DetailsMake sure your SwitchArt® Magnetic Prints and Frames match in size.

About the Art

Ellen Golla lives in the remote Redwoods of Humboldt County, California. Her paper mosaic collages have won awards, been published nationally and featured in museum and gallery shows in different regions of the United States. Using scissors, tweezers and clear acrylic mediums, she meticulously composes each work from hundreds of bits of cut paper. She uses diverse source materials, including reproductions of her own photographs. The resulting artworks are so highly textural, she has on occasion found that viewers feel compelled to stroke their surfaces. Ellen is interested in the history of paper as a material in both folk craft and fine art, and likes to think of her work as a modern amalgam of different traditions. She also has a deep fascination for trains, in particular the London Underground, which was the world's first subway. She also likes to create fantastical, imaginary scenes of her own invention.

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SwitchArt® is the easiest and most affordable way to change out your art. This print pairs with SwitchArt® Magnetic Frames. To use, simply roll print into a tube shape with its print side facing inward. Match top corners of rolled print to top corners of magnetic frame, then slowly unroll into place. Updating your art, quickly and often, is as easy as 1, 2, 3 with SwitchArt®.Additional DetailsMake sure your SwitchArt® Magnetic Prints and Frames match in size.

About the Art

Ellen Golla lives in the remote Redwoods of Humboldt County, California. Her paper mosaic collages have won awards, been published nationally and featured in museum and gallery shows in different regions of the United States. Using scissors, tweezers and clear acrylic mediums, she meticulously composes each work from hundreds of bits of cut paper. She uses diverse source materials, including reproductions of her own photographs. The resulting artworks are so highly textural, she has on occasion found that viewers feel compelled to stroke their surfaces. Ellen is interested in the history of paper as a material in both folk craft and fine art, and likes to think of her work as a modern amalgam of different traditions. She also has a deep fascination for trains, in particular the London Underground, which was the world's first subway. She also likes to create fantastical, imaginary scenes of her own invention.

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Waiting for a Train Going South, 1998

By Ellen Golla

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