Embossings

Dancing Bear
Dancing Bear

The Dancing bear is a new plate after setting up studio in Alaska. I was inspired by the native tales of hunters turning into a spirit animal and blending the two into one being. I hand painted the costume and applied beads and cut paper as embellishments. Unframed: $30.00 (image is 5 X 7• fits standard frame) Framed: $65.00 8 x 10

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7 Nations Horse Wand
7 Nations Horse Wand

Embossing Limited edition of 300 Size: 25 X 18 Framed White rounded 1" wide oak frame Double acid free matting $300.00 This artwork depicts the 7 nations of the Sioux. The horse wand was a wooden decorated staff that was presented to a warrior in honor of his horse. Each piece is unique and painted with watercolors. Horse hair, beads, brass cones were added to create this interesting piece of artwork.

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Embossing Limited Edition of 900 Framed Size: 12 x 15 $200.00 * not available unframed Each piece of artwork is individually painted with watercolors. Beads , feathers, leather and brass were added to complete this unique creation.

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Dancing Bear
Dancing Bear

The Dancing bear is a new plate after setting up studio in Alaska. I was inspired by the native tales of hunters turning into a spirit animal and blending the two into one being. I hand painted the costume and applied beads and cut paper as embellishments. Unframed: $30.00 (image is 5 X 7• fits standard frame) Framed: $65.00 8 x 10

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Embossings

Pati has also been creating embossings for over 30 years. 

First by making an impression on a metal plate using an acid reduction process to create the Embossings.  Tools are used to file and define the plates to get the fine detail.  After the plate is made she moves to her etching press where the paper is laid over the plate and is then hand pulled through the press.  Each embossing is hand colored individually with vibrant watercolors.  Her work has evolved over the past few years as she has started beading into the paper, adding brass sequins, porcupine quills and her own interesting designed papers.

 

      Pati Deuter

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