@cal body 1:McCullochs altered art, in which she embellishes century-old photographs with treasures collected at antique shops and flea markets, is on view at the Log Cabin Gallery for the next two weekends.
In pieces like Christmas Dream, she updates an 1890s photo of an 11-member family with tints and seasonal graphics. The results enliven an otherwise boring snapshot. I would say its more like collage work, using items like tickets, stamps, and cards, says McCulloch, senior designer at the Hudson-based Altered Arts magazine. I may add a digital image or paint and pencil on the photograph for the final product.
Wonderland also features works by two dozen other Northeast Ohio artists. Richfields Jim Hamilton contributes 3-D wildlife art. Paula Singleton of Akron displays bejeweled hats and handbags. And Peninsulas Judith Rickenbacher exhibits handmade furniture.
I told everyone to make their pieces playful and sparkly -- to promote a sense of wonder for winter, says Diane Seskes, the gallerys owner. Its that special feeling you cling onto.
Fridays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Starts: Dec. 3. Continues through Dec. 17