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collage sale!

"enmity"                                                                                        "real-o-matic"
mixed media assemblage                                                               mixed media collage
gregory a. milinovich                                                                     gregory a. milinovich

"e.l.m.l."                                                                                             "boy in tree"
paper collage                                                                                      mixed media collage
gregory a. milinovich                                                                           gregory a. milinovich

so, as you know by now, we will be moving in a couple of months, and we have already begun the preparations.  part of those preparations are saving our money since we are going to be responsible to pay for a significant portion of the moving expenses as well as buy new furniture for the parsonage (since the new conference has different parsonage procedures for providing furniture).  so, in expecation of these increased cost, i am reminding you that i have an online store where you can purchase my art with a check or paypal account.  is this a shameless plug?  yeppers.  is it for a good cause?  you bet.

so just head over to or click here and take a look at some of my work.  i just added more than 15 collages yesterday, and they range in price from $15 all the way up to over $100.  i slashed the price on some of the collages, but i know times are tight for everyone, so no pressure at all.  but if you've been thinking about buying one of my collages for awhile but have just been putting it off, now would be a great time to get that collage and help us out in the process.  if you see something you like, but would like to know more about it, or see more pics of it, please let me know.  also, if you see something you like but simply cannot afford it, i can always sell you an affordable print of it.  happy shopping!


awesome collages!
greg. said…
thanks! i've always admired yours, as well. i often visit your site for inspiration and a reminder of why i love collage in the first place. thanks!

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