anniversary canvasby Heather Shaw
- the story
Celebrate each milestone throughout the years with this decorative take on traditional anniversary gifts.Textile artist Heather Shaw creates tastefully modern canvases featuring found materials appropriate for each anniversary year: paper, wood, tin, crystal, china, and silver. Each object is mounted on felt and glued or sewn to the canvas with a typeset paper labeling its motif. Hang individually or as a set to create a meaningful display that subtly celebrates your years together. Handmade in Toronto.
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- Made from
- silver, clay, crystal, canvas, tin, paper, wood, wool, non-toxic paint, gessobord
- 12" H x 12" W
- Sold individually.
- the maker
Inspired by the concept of pillows as blank canvases, art history buff and textiles expert Heather Shaw set off on a crafty journey around 1995--and continues exploring her zeal for art and design with her whimsical line of embroidered pillows.
Inspired by natural materials, simple lines and soothing palettes, Shaw first explored stenciling and screen-printing motifs onto organic fabrics, finishing each piece with striking silhouettes of original embroidery. Since becoming a mother and an aunt, Shaw has integrated playful motifs and iconic childhood images into her work.
Shaw graduated with a degree in Textiles from art school in her native region of eastern Canada, where she currently handcrafts every whimsical pillow with care from the creative bunker of her home studio in Toronto. collection
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- Broken When I Opened It
- Clay Is Not For 20th
Comments about ANNIVERSARY CANVAS:
I liked the idea of starting a wall collection of anniversary gifts..... the problem is that clay is not on any list (classic or modern) it was also broken
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