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Angel of the Waters (north wall)

Angel of the Waters (north wall)

Regular price $ 25.00
"Her view is refreshing, poignant, and magical" -- Dr. Katherine Hoffman, art historian

Holly Alderman Central Park views elevations National Academy mural dining room

Limited editions, wallpaper accent walls, panorama, panels, prints for mounting or framing, canvas wrap, fabrics, sheers.

Alderman original digital layered wallpaper scenes. Exhibited at the National Academy Mural Fellowship in New York, Saint-Gaudens National Park, Cornish, Chelsea Flower Show with Nan Quick, Peabodys' Northeast Harbor, Ronald Lee Fleming's Bellevue House Gardens Newport, John Kernochan's Brickyard Cambridge, Alderman Open Studio Tour, among other venues.

"Holly Alderman's art combines serious purpose, wit and whimsy in an engaging alchemy. In the multi-layered images of the Cyber Heroes project for the National Academy she makes past and present speak to each other in a lively dialogue. Icons of New York's Gilded Age mingle with references to the city of today, while figures of dotted lights march in front, as if into the future. The effect is visually stunning and thought-provoking." -- Diana Wolfe Larkin, Ph.D., Art Historian

Limited editions, wallpaper accent walls, panorama, panels, prints for mounting or framing, canvas wrap, fabrics, sheers.

Price is for small sample print 8"x10".

Panels custom printed and delivered in 4 to 6 weeks.

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Holly Alderman Central Park Angel of the Waters Cyber Heroes of New York National Academy Mural Fellowship

Copyright © 2021 by artist Holly Alderman, Jaffrey NH All rights reserved. 

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