Late Latin collaboratus, past participle of collaborare to labor together, from Latin com- + laborare to labor — more at labor
1 : to work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor
2 : to cooperate with or willingly assist an enemy of one's country and especially an occupying force
3 : to cooperate with an agency or instrumentality with which one is not immediately connected
Once upon a time there were two young strong female artists who had studio space across from one another. Once in a while one of the bored female artists would leave a canvas or scrap of paper outside the others studio door. The piece begged "Paint on me" "Draw on me" "Sketch on me" and when that artist was done - or blocked - they would deposit the piece back on the other artist's doorstep. This union of two polar opposite styles of art resulted in the love child of Jether Gunberg. Her mothers are Jennifer Gunlock and Heather Ryberg. This is her work.