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Big Blooms No 7, Botanical Artwork, Blue, Collage, Work on Paper, Floral, Framed
Located in Riverdale, NY
Big Blooms No. 7 is a botanical collage artwork created with Hand Cut dyed paper by Deborah Weiss. The artwork is 28x22 and is in a white frame. The framed size is 35x27. It is a ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Dye, Handmade Paper

Midnight Blooms No. 12, Flowers, Botanical, Collage, Mothers Day, Black, White
Located in Riverdale, NY
Midnight Blooms No. 12 is a botanical collage artwork created with Hand Cut dyed paper and Vintage Paper by Deborah Weiss. The artwork is 27x19.5. It is unframed. It is a one of a...
Category

2010s Contemporary Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Dye, Handmade Paper

Evening Blooms No. 19, Blue, Flowers, Botanical, Collage, Mothers Day, Everylast
Located in Riverdale, NY
Evening Blooms No. 19 is a botanical collage artwork created with Hand Cut dyed paper by Deborah Weiss. The artwork is 28x22. It is unframed. It is a one of a kind floral artwork....
Category

2010s Contemporary Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Dye, Handmade Paper

Foreign Shores Rigid Coast, teal oil painting on panel, abstract water
Located in New York, NY
Oil on panel
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Paintings

Materials

Oil, Panel

Blooms + Stems No. 3
Located in Riverdale, NY
Blooms + Stems No. 3 is a botanical collage artwork created with Hand Cut dyed paper and Vintage Paper by Deborah Weiss. The artwork is 23x19 and is in a white frame. The framed si...
Category

2010s Contemporary Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Dye, Handmade Paper

"Polar Drift II", Mini Painting
Located in Westport, CT
10" x 10" mini painting in oil on a small cradle board. On her work, Deborah says, "The energy of the natural world is both highly charged and subtle simultaneously. My work is an e...
Category

2010s Contemporary Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil, Wood Panel, Board

"Polar Drift I", Mini Painting
Located in Westport, CT
10" x 10" mini painting in oil on a small cradle board. On her work, Deborah says, "The energy of the natural world is both highly charged and subtle simultaneously. My work is an e...
Category

2010s Contemporary Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil, Wood Panel, Board

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