18 x 24 Poster - Birds of Beebe Woods - reproduction of bas-relief embroidery
Materials: paper, photograph
Height: 24 inches
Width: 18 inches
18" x 24" Poster. Printed photographic reproduction of Salley Mavor's bas-relief sculptural embroidery, BIRDS OF BEEBE WOODS. The original embroidered piece (which is not for sale) has been photographed and printed as a poster. The scene features a dozen birds in relief, all hand embroidered on wool felt; female cardinal, nuthatch, warbler, male cardinal, wren, downy woodpecker, blue jay, robin, goldfinch, cedar waxwing, American crow, and chickadee. The tableau of birds is surrounded by a woodsy trellis, made of felt covered wire.
Posters are autographed by the artist. High quality reproduction, off-set print on extra thick gloss cover 100 lb. paper. Poster will be shipped in a heavy duty mailing tube.
Other "Birds of Beebe Woods" items are available in this shop.
Note cards: https://www.etsy.com/listing/113978241/birds-of-beebe-woods-note-cards
The original BIRDS OF BEEBE WOODS is in the artist's personal collection and is periodically exhibited. It is currently on display in Salley Mavor's solo exhibition "Social Fabric" at the Upcountry History Museum in Greenville, SC, April 2 - Sept. 11, 2021. To find out more and see how the piece was made, visit www.weefolkstudio.com.
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1,571 reviews5 out of 5 stars
The poster arrived speedily and in perfect condition. The poster itself is astonishingly beautiful. I could look at it all day and so I hung it over my kitchen sink with the light shining right on it. Up close you can just get lost in the world of its tiny detailed stitches. Far away it takes on a life of its own and is breathtaking. Really magical.
Beautiful poster. Eager to frame it for my craft room. Came with a bonus poster. So excited!
This print is gorgeous, and very high quality - it's printed on a thick, sturdy paper stock that's perfect for framing. Very fast shipping, too! I'm delighted!
I hung this in my sewing room for inspiration of fiber becoming art.
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