Eunice Parsons

The Art of Paper Collage

Eunice Parsons is an American master of
the art of collage. Her bold compositions
of torn and cut paper, given content by the
juxtaposition of found images and words,
are among the best in the genre. Parsons'
love of language and a lifetime of travel in
Europe and China are reflected in the
work. Many pieces are made from
salvaged foreign subway posters and
other samples of print media.

Parsons has exhibited consistently from
the 1950s to the present, and her work is
included in an extensive list of public and
private collections. We invite you to view
images of her work on the following

Please contact us regarding availability of
individual works, prices, or for more
information about the artist.

At work in her attic studio, Eunice Parsons
uses household irons to weight down the
glued paper.
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All artworks on this site are protected by federal
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Photography on this page is by Maryanne Caruthers.

September 12- October 10, 2004
New, small-format collages at
Graystone Gallery
3279 S.E. Hawthorne Boulevard
Portland, Oregon 503-238-0651
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10-6

September 26-November 30, 2004
"Northwest Matriarchs of Modernism"
The Art Gym, Marylhurst University
17600 Pacific Hwy., Marylhurst, OR
Opening reception Sunday,
September 26, 3-5 p.m.
The reception will be preceded by a panel
discussion with some of the artists at 2 pm.

November, 2004
New collages will be on view at the
Karin Clarke Gallery in Eugene, Oregon.
Dates for show and reception to be

Site updated September, 2004.