Organic Art -Bridget Beth Collins

Bridget Collins is an artist in Seattle, and graduated from Seattle Pacific University in a BA in Theater. She finds inspiration in nature, gathering foliage around her neighborhood and using them to create these organic compositions that almost seem like illustrations. Because of her “art” supplies that she uses, her art comes to life as she recreates certain pieces like Katsushika Hokusai’s The Great Wave at Kanagawa, to arranging adorable animal compositions. Many of her works are very simplistic and have a certain aesthetic appeal to them. Though it doesn’t seem as many or any of her works are permanent in its original setting, but kept as photographs and prints. Some of Collin’s works have been done for magazines and webpages, while her other works are posted on social media for people to admire and purchase.

The Great Wave, 6″x6″ or 8″x8″ Print, mixed media

Flamingo Flock

Flamingo Flock, 6″x6″ or 8″x8″ Print, mixed media

No Name, 6″x6″ or 8″x8″ Print, mixed media

No Name, 6″x6″ or 8″x8″ Print, mixed media

 

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