P22 co-founder Daniel M. Farrell is back in Western New York after a six-year exile in the Hudson Valley. Post-industrial folk art is the name which has evolved for his complicated furniture creations. He usually starts with an interesting piece of 20th-century furniture which is then painstakingly stripped, sanded, chipped, crackled, painted, stenciled, stamped or otherwise embellished. Many many hours later...A piece emerges as a uniquely animated (and functional) piece of art.
Each of these folk art objects are hand-painted and one of a kind. They are featured in many collections throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
Limited quantities of these objects are available through the Froebel Gallery in Albany NY
or can be obtained by contacting the artist directly:
Send e-mail to:firstname.lastname@example.org Or call- 1-888-602-1042
See the P22 EtherGallery for a current selection and prices
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