Limited Edition “FlowerStory” Book

Winning Bid: $600.00

Item condition: New

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Description

“Adrienne Anbinder, a fine art photographer, creates sensual still-life photographs of flowers. Anbinder’s etheral photographs often resemble paintings, when in fact, they are digitally painted and manipulated, revealing depth and animated light. Her flowers magically emerge, as if lifting off the page, beckoning the viewer” Morton Contemporary Gallery, Philadelphia

“FlowerStory”, Adrienne’s newest collection of still life photographs, is a limited edition work of art. Only fifteen signed and numbered books will be custom printed. Anbinder, a flower portrait photographer, created this one-of-a-kind collection for flower lovers and art collectors.

Covered in Japanese silk, Adirenne’s book is elegantly presented in a hand-crafted silk box with gold embossed lettering. Three custom-curated, 10×12 fine art prints are nestled within the cover, suitable for framing.

“FlowerStory” features ten personal stories that begin when Adrienne, a Brooklyn native, was five years old and ends with her mother’s passing several years ago.

“As a child, I was mesmerized by the colorful floral murals my mother used to paint. I didn’t realize that those fanciful flowers would eventually find their way into my bones, creating in me a deep connection to nature and an intense desire to capture its mysteries.”

Anbinder’s floral inspired stories accompany over fifty stunning fine art photographs in this luxurious collection. All of Adrienne’s unique photographs are printed on archival, fine-art paper with imported, archival inks.

Adrienne’s art can be seen in New York at Gallery 104 and 1st Dibs Design Showroom and on websites such as Artsy, New York Arts, and Morton Contemporary Gallery. She has a permanent collection at the Chatt Hills Gallery in Serenbe, an award-winning community just outside Atlanta, where Anbinder lives and works. Adrienne is also featured at the Curated Home Brands showroom in Atlanta at America’s Mart.

Donated by: Maddy & Steve Anbinder
Valued at: $900