Size: The image itself is roughly 3 inches by 3 3/4 inches, but I left a slight border around it, and then attached the fabric print to some leftover art paper that's 4 inches by just under 5 inches. I did this so it could be more easily handled and matted, so it's not just a lose piece of fabric, but it also makes it easy to cut off any excess if you don't want it matted but do have a frame around the images exact dimensions.
Can be purchased as is, but for an additional cost I'm more than happy to get it matted and/or framed for you. Just message me first before purchase so we can discuss the options.
Materials: 100% cotton fabric print, printed myself with Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark II, mix of vintage glass button and more modern plastic tear beads.
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PLEASE NOTE! This is for a mixed media original which features a printed fabric, NOT a photo print. Since this is an already finished piece, I can ship it within 2 business days of purchase.
I digitally altered an old daguerreotype then printed it onto cotton fabric. I hand sewed the button and the beads using very thin, clear fishing line instead of thread so that you can't see it through the clear plastic/glass. As mentioned above I attached it to smooth art paper using an acid free spray adhesive in order to make it easier to handle/mat/frame.
Light passes through the plastic and glass in different ways depending on the angle of it, so it's kind of an ever changing piece in that way. And due to the thickness of beads and button this will need to placed into a frame with some depth to it so that they're not pressing up against the frames glass.
Please look at the dimensions in the beginning of the listing so you're aware of it's size before purchase.
* I do my best to represent each piece as best as I can, but due to differences in monitors/settings there's always the chance there are differences between what you see on your monitor and how the piece looks in person.
I do not accept returns or exchanges.
Again, please refer to the Shop Policies for more in-depth information on all the aspects I briefly covered above. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to ask first! I'd prefer exchanging 50 emails before you ever place your order to make sure you're happy in the end.
all images copyright protected Caryn Drexl, please do not use without permission.