hydrangeasby Denise Fiedler
- the story
In Growing Terms
From designing rooms to dressing them, interior designer Denise Fiedler's attraction to the art of collage began when she stumbled upon a box of vintage books and newsprint in her attic. These ephemeral fragments of literature proved inspirational for Denise, who decided to transform her attic's forgotten library into art.
To construct this bountiful bouquet, she carefully carves shapely silhouettes from the yellowing pages and she then assembles the cutouts into endearing pastiches that adeptly capture the essence of full hydrangea blooms and their pedestal vase. This delightful depiction of summer's bounty is bound to capture the hearts art and literature lovers alike. Handmade in San Francisco, California.
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- Made from
- pine wood, vintage and antique papers, 100% archival cotton board
- Print size: 8.75" L x 10.75" W" x .63" D.; Framed: 9.25 " L x 11.125" W x 1" D
- The papers used are vintage, and while the artist makes efforts to use archival quality glues and grounds, keeping these works out of direct sunlight will enhance the longevity of the color and quality of the paper.
Each paste piece celebrates that which delights and is hand made and one of a kind, so each will differ slightly, having been assembled from different found antique and vintage papers, yielding unique surprises.
Arrives framed in a poplar wood frame and ready to hang.
- the maker
A lover of books, Denise Fiedler takes vintage pages and papers and incorporates them into representational images, designing through that with which catches her eye and imagination.
Denise has worked in the visual arts in Chicago, Boston & San Francisco.
Her current venture is paste, a new and creative take on the art of collage.
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