Antique frames are filled with their own content using custom molds built from digital processes. (Ongoing)
Currently partnering with Saintill Lijsten (Haarlem, NL) to create one-of-a-kind pieces from frames in their private collection.
The first piece, “1840 German Neo-Rococo” (42.5 x 34.5 x 4cm; Gold Leaf, Wood, Paint, Composite), was completed in September 2012 and now resides in the collection of Hampus Lindwall. Process shots can be viewed here.
The second piece, “1810 Empire” (78 x 51 x 5.5cm; Gold Leaf, Wood, Paint, Composite), was completed March 2013 and now resides in a private collection in Toronto, Canada.
The remaining two pieces were also completed in 2013 and are currently for sale through the Robert Fontaine Gallery in Miami, Florida. To see a complete catalog of works with process shots, please click here.
A digital download of an interpretation of "The Adoration of the Magi" by Peter Paul Rubens at the Musée du Louvre is for sale from The File Arts for $20. All proceeds will go toward the creation of future pieces in the series. Other digital concepts created at the Louvre can be found here: One/Two
1840 German Neo-Rococo (42.5 x 34.5 x 4cm)
1810 Empire (78 x 51 x 5.5cm)
Louis XV Frisbee (46cm x 46cm x 3cm)
1840 French Neo-Rococo (34cm x 30cm x 3.5cm)