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Sunday, December 8, 2013

Artist Lori Daniels Sculptured Wall Art

To the artistically inclined, the definition of “art” or “art form” can take many shapes. Whether it’s cooking, sculpting, writing or painting, there are many variables that make an interest or activity a form of art. Artist Lori Daniels and her sculptured wall art is one such example, boasting eclectic overtones and vintage finds that add dimension for visual interest but which focuses mainly on color.

Midwest-based artist Lori Daniels has created what many critics and fans call “one-of-a-kind artwork” along with “antique picker” Steve White, resulting in unique pieces of sculptured wall art that needs to be seen in order to be appreciated. “Color is everything,” states Daniels. “I still want to know what certain colors ‘taste’ like, being that a great love of nature runs through all my creations. I eat, breathe and smell color.” When focusing on artist Lori Daniels sculptured wall art, many attributes are evident including size, variety, objects of antiquity and glazed surfaces – but what stands out in each and every piece is a dynamic fusion of color. Some colors fuse while others contrast, but each is ready to become a focal point in a decorating scheme.

With 30 years of collecting antique ceiling tin affording Daniels and White the opportunity of turning antique architectural salvage into a new and different art form, future generations have been exposed to a gorgeous example of creativity going to the next level. Art aficionados that have bought their works often find the perfect spot in their homes for the pieces, leading to multiple purchases – they seemingly can’t stop at just one purchase. And as lovely and charming as they are on websites exhibiting the works, they are much more beautiful in person.

“Each piece created is truly one-of-a-kind along with its history and building location,” concludes Daniels. “As I started painting and selling my tin creations, the demand for more unusual ceiling tin art in flat and collage designs far surpassed my ability to produce it. A respect and love of art and antiques of the past fuels my goal of preserving our unique vintage finds for more art lovers to come.”


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