Limited edition (50) print of an original photo by Heather Saunders from the Flower House project in 2015. Print is dated, numbered, and signed by the artist. Framed in a whitewashed frame, made from reclaimed pine shiplap.
Print Measures: 8 inches tall x 10 inches wide
Outer dimensions, including frame: 11 inches tall x 13 inches wide
The reclaimed wood picture frame has been handcrafted in a women-run wood shop in Detroit. Mutual Adoration uses locally-sourced reclaimed wood, environmentally responsible paints and wood stains, and American-made hardware. Each frame includes glass and backing board. There are keyhole slots on the back of the frame for easy, secure hanging.
Made in Detroit
* Woman Owned Business
What was Flower House?
Flower House Detroit was a floral art installation conceived by floral designer + contemporary artist, Lisa Waud. During the third weekend of October 2015, cutting edge florists from Michigan and across the country filled the walls and ceilings of an abandoned Detroit house with American-grown fresh flowers and living plants for a weekend installation with an estimated 3,000+ visitors. After the October installation weekend passed, the house that held the exhibition was responsibly deconstructed and its materials repurposed.
Heather Saunders is a professional photographer based in Michigan. As the Official Flower House photographer, Heather gained exclusive access to document the year-long preparation + exhibition. She has been a professional photographer for 19 years, committed to photographing real, meaningful and powerful images, with a sense of humor and a genuine interest in the authentic spirit of faces, landscapes + objects and, of course, FLOWERS. Her vibrant imagery has been described as thoughtful, cinematic + timeless, she aims to live her life in a sea of these same adjectives! Her work has been highlighted in The Washington Post, Collosal, The Jealous Curator, My Modern Met, Frankie Magazine, Vogue Portugal, Flirty Fluers Magazine, Huffington Post + CNN.