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custom shadowbox art

by Kerri Lee
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Where The Wild Things Are

Designed by Kerri Lee-Sensiba, these charming shadowboxes come to life with the help of a perched birdie and her egg-filled nest or a wise owl set in sweet pop-out worlds. Inspired by the 3D dioramas she assembled in primary school, Kerri created these captivating pieces of wall art by hand painting and layering cuts of wood, veneer, wool yarn, felt, and excerpts of recycled children's books. Vibrant and dimensional, these unique art pieces can be customized by adding a special child's name and birthdate to one of the tree's large leaves. Handmade in New York.

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maple, wool felt, recycled paper, basswood, zebra wood, birch plywood
16" L x 16" W x 2" D; 4lbs.
Care: Dust with a dry cloth.
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Kerri Lee

Kerri Lee

Raised in Michigan, Kerri Lee now lives in New York, where she is inspired by her vintage collections of baby items as well as her children and the materials, shapes and colors of the objects she encounters.

Her creations have been featured in Child, Parents, Parenting, InStyle, Country Living, and The New York Times Magazine. collection

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