Wax Poetry and Art Magazine #1 –

Three Collages by Goran Tomic


Image text reads, Wax Poetry and Art Magazine, #1, waxpoetart.com, Photo by Clarissa Cervantes.
	The photo is composed of calm ocean making up the bottom half of the image.
	There are no waves but undulation can be seen toward the bottom left of the photo.
	A long pier about halfway, vertically.
	The pier extends from the left side of the photo until almost all the way to the right side.
	The his a sloping hill in the background behind the pier.
	The hill is sloping upward from the left to the right.
	The the right side of the photo, the glare of the sun setting behind the hill is bright.
	There is a golden hue over everything.
	Looking more closely at the pier, the silhouette of persons fishing can be seen.

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Published May 1st, 2023

Visual Art and Photography Contest #1 – Second Place

Three Collages

by Goran, Tomic
(Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)

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Image is of a collage on cardboard.
		The collage is composed of black and white photos, clippings of text taken from publications, as well as some handwritten notes.
		Some of the photos are of a statue, a few have people, birds, a fly.
		In the centre of the collage there are bits of paper that seem to have been treated with heat as they appear toasted.
		As well, a greeting card, and the word SILENT. Collage on cardboard 30 cm x 45 cm

Image is of a collage on cardboard.
		The collage is composed of fewer elements than the previous collage.
		There are no blocks of text in this collage.
		There is a prominent image in black and white of a rocky terrain with volcanic mountains in the background.
		Behind that image is a large vertical banner composed of blues, pinks, and purples in a watercolour style.
		There are repeated small silhouttes of a duck.
		In scraggly hand-drawn letters, vertically on the lower right side of the image are the letters, X, Y, Z. Collage on cardboard 30 cm x 45 cm

This third collage has fewer defined elements.
		A large portion on the left side is orange-hued.
		Three over-exposed emus can be made out in one image.
		There are strips of sky blue.
		One image shows the earth from space.
		Another image shows a fly. Collage on cardboard 30 cm x 45 cm

Goran Tomic is a Collisonist Autodidact Artist from Sydney, Australia. He has exhibited his collages, video art installations, and performance art pieces over the last 20 years. Goran was raised on Rauschenberg and born posthumously, he flaneur's the urban decay searching for his wilderness robe.

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