LEAFLET FRAME COPPER

Designer:  Jade Dumrath, Adrienna Matzeg

$8.00

Metal wire photo holder in playful palm leaf shape. Great for storing photos or using for place cards for a special event or party.

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Metal wire photo holder in playful palm leaf shape. Great for storing photos or using for place cards for a special event or party.

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Description
  • A non-traditional alternative to the classic desk frame
  • Great alternative to traditional placecards for events
  • Measures 5 x 3 x 1 dia. (14.2 x 9.5 x 3.8 cm)
  • Made of metal wire with copper finish


ITEM NUMBER: 1004412-880
Jade Dumrath

Jade has had a life long passion for creating. With her Scandinavian and South African background, this passion was fostered by her family from an early age. She...

Jade has had a life long passion for creating. With her Scandinavian and South African background, this passion was fostered by her family from an early age. She followed her interests to the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) University, where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts majoring in Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing. Although the majority of her classes were jewelry focused, Jade always had a strong interest in objects and she challenged her assignments accordingly. Jade’s work has been viewed in established galleries owned by NSCAD University, Craft Ontario, and Manitoba Craft Council. She has recently been featured in NICHE magazine and presented with two NICHE 2015 awards. Jade approaches every new design as she would a piece of Jewelry whether designing a brooch on a body or a frame on a wall. Her approach always begins by hand to ensure her designs are aesthetically pleasing and perform their function flawlessly.

Adrienna Matzeg

Adrienna’s diverse background informs her approach to design. At a young age, Adrienna attended Canada’s National Ballet School and trained in both classical ballet and...

Adrienna’s diverse background informs her approach to design. At a young age, Adrienna attended Canada’s National Ballet School and trained in both classical ballet and contemporary dance. After graduation, Adrienna went on to pursue Fine Art at the Nova Scotia Collage of Art and Design. Through working with a range of analog and digital processes including weaving, screen printing and photographic mediums, she earned her degree in Photography. Adrienna’s work has been shown at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and has been featured in Canadian Art Magazine. Adrienna’s inspiration comes from the patterns and repetition that she sees in everyday life. She is drawn to bold colours and graphics as well as the shapes that light creates. She believes that great design seamlessly combines narrative, function and imagination and that people can enjoy curating the objects that surround them.

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