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This piece features a photo of my wife's Aunt Cora. It also incorporates photos of my grandmother (girl with the bow in her hair at the four courners) and found objects. The ruler is actually a photocopy of an orginal. It is #2 in a series of collages of Aunt Cora.The embossed metal "lace" outer border is made of beer cans and soda cans. The keys and buttons are all from flea markets.

Aunt Cora lived in a house in Union Deposit, near Hershey, PA with her three sisters Annie, Fannie, and Ellie - none of them ever married. She was a crafter of her day and we have a vase that she decorated with found objects proudly displayed in our home. I would like to think she would approve of this piece of her at the Bal Masque.

The piece is 11 1/2" high and 11 1/2" wide painted on wood. It is signed, dated and comes with a sawtooth hanger attached to the back.

AUNT CORA No. 2 - Finally Goes To The Ball - orginal mixed media collage painting

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, acrylic paint, copies old photos of relatives, two keys, buttons
  • Feedback: 17 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Pennsylvania, United States.
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