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STRNG’s Collages Mix Elements of Nature

STRNG creates thought-provoking collages with simple juxtapositions. The clean works use detail sparingly — STRNG focuses on matching up forms from different aspects of nature, allowing the viewer to notice the beauty in their similarities. Red roses are paired with exposed muscles; a fetus in the womb blossoms from a flower stem. Rather than labeling it as grotesque, these works allow us to see the human anatomy as a part of nature as worthy of admiration as flowers and other aspects deemed desirable. Take a look at some of STRNG's collages after the jump.

STRNG creates thought-provoking collages with simple juxtapositions. The clean works use detail sparingly — STRNG focuses on matching up forms from different aspects of nature, allowing the viewer to notice the beauty in their similarities. Red roses are paired with exposed muscles; a fetus in the womb blossoms from a flower stem. Rather than labeling it as grotesque, these works allow us to see the human anatomy as a part of nature as worthy of admiration as flowers and other aspects deemed desirable. Take a look at some of STRNG’s collages below.

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