When I shared this little sneak peek on Instagram the other day from my NYC shoot, I got a lot of DM’s about what this art was! They are a pair of custom framed plaster intaglios– and I have LOVE using them in my designs! Sometimes a room is already full of various pieces of art- paintings, drawings, mirrors, etc but you need something else to fill a wall without adding TOO much of a statement. Enter framed intaglios. Matted on fabric, grasscloth or paper- with extra wide mats or not- they can add the exact amount of restrained interest you need. Form far away they look modern and graphic, but up close are rather traditional. I just love them. So here are some sources for them- click images for links except the star on which is linked HERE.
hello my little lady. i LOVE LOVE LOVE this. it is amazing. i love .lolukrrdfjc
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Look so beautiful on your wall. What is the paint color? Looking for a nice neutral like this.
Gorgeous but the star link not working pls fix 💫
I love. love, love these!!!
These relief (raised surface plaster casts) are beautiful and appear to have been cast from historic examples, but I would like to take issue with calling them intaglio. The traditional printmaking technique “intaglio,” translates as “in the line,” meaning the ink has been pushed into the etched or engraved lines of a metal (traditionally copper) plate. The ink is transferred on to paper with extreme pressure using a printing press. This is the technique used by Rembrandt to print his etchings, aquatints and dry point images. It is possible to print a dry plate (sans ink) that produces an impression that remains as pure white paper, this is called an embossing- popularly used on stationery.
The link for starred item isn’t working.
Thank you for your honestly and vulnerability! Love everything you touch, and your humor is contagious. I’m 46 and just now catching on that a relationship with our Creator helps to fill me and push me to be all that I was meant to be. Spiritual books and volunteering my time have helped me get outside myself, which always brings peace. :) allison