Artist
Libby Ramage Princeton, New Jersey

Libby Ramage infuses a playful and whimsical mood into her works. In fact, she credits the children she works with for greatly influencing her aesthetic. She often uses children’s abandoned work in her collages. Libby currently lives in New Jersey and finds inspiration in the work of Rauschenberg. She believes collectors should buy from the heart.

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    About The Artist

    Libby Ramage infuses a playful and whimsical mood into her works. In fact, she credits the children she works with for greatly influencing her aesthetic. She often uses children’s abandoned work in her collages. Libby currently lives in New Jersey and finds inspiration in the work of Rauschenberg. She believes collectors should buy from the heart.

    Artist Statement

    I take the scraps of life and weave them into poems of visual emotion ranging from grief to humor to passion. I use primarily charcoal, watercolors and acrylics on collaged materials and handmade papers.
    As I have taught art with very young children for almost 20 years, my inspiration comes from witnessing their directness and boldness of art making. The sensibilities of Paul Klee and Robert Rauschenburg are my guides.

    Artist Background

    School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    Associate of Arts, 1979

    Hear What Collectors Say About Libby's Work

    Libby Ramage 6/28/2015 | 12:27 AM

    This spring has been full of good surprises. My entry in the Mercer County exhibit was purchased by the Mercer County Cultural Comission and my submission to the Trenton Museum's Ellarslie Open won best in show for drawing!

    C Newton 7/13/2014 | 10:42 PM

    Libby..I am really excited to have located you online through your art! I always liked your art back at SBS, especially our square yearbook. I hope you answer, so much to catch up on..." Newton"

    Libby Ramage 4/29/2014 | 8:09 AM

    Dear Nancy, I don't think you got my reply from my ipad? Anyway, thank you for writing and your kind words. I am so happy you like my art. I have been using my younger son's 7th grad Algebra homework for several years,(he's 24 now!). Memories of his struggles with homework are still vivid. By all means send me an image of your daughter's note. Enjoy! libby

    naldrich@professionalcollilsion.com 4/23/2014 | 3:07 PM

    Dear Libby -- This quirky and clever dog is adorable! I and everyone who sees it loves it! Thank you so much. I have an early note from my daughter on notebook paper which I have been wondering how to display. Maybe I could send you a pic of it and you could do some other creation on commission? Hope so! All the best, Nancy

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