Greg Gossel's Artworks for the Show & Tell Gallery

By: Christina Butty - Published:   Updated: Jun 20 2011 • References: greggossel & showandtellgallery
Greg Gossel creates his masterpieces in a layered collage-like fashion using the mediums of spray paint, paper-collage, serigraph, ink, acrylics and oils.

He strives to create a visual history of change, process and expression with his works.

Last weekend, Greg Gossel opened a three man show in Toronto's Show & Tell Gallery with Greg Lamarche and Steve Powers. Their comic collage art show runs until August 9.

Implications - Collaging had once been associated with childhood, however it has proven to be a popular technique to incorporate a variety of images within all industries. Through the use of collaging, print marketing and product packaging can become even more dynamic, eye-catching and effective at capturing consumer attention.

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