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Catherine's Favorites

Shop some of Catherine's treasured pieces.
Glen Haven Canning Co. - Print
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This is the first piece I ever made. You may be able to tell based on the style, which is a bit different from the rest of my Northern Michigan collection. The artwork is of Glen Haven Canning Company, which sits on the shore of Lake Michigan, onc...
Summer is for Cherries - Print
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"Summer is for Cherries" is one of my three original pieces, which I created in the heart of Sleeping Bear Dunes. On a whim, I made the first few bodies of work by looking at a photo I took and started cutting, gluing, and hoping for the best! Loo...
Thyme Inn - Print
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The Thyme Inn, another favorite place of mine in Northern Michigan, sits in the quaint town of Glen Arbor. It's a bustling Bed & Breakfast housing tourists all summer long and always adorned with gorgeous flowers. I always dreamt of owning an ...
Chicago Greystone - Print
$29.00
The iconic two and three-flat greystones around my neighborhood have such ornate detailing and majestic grandeur that I had to create a collage of one. Piece by piece, grey newspaper bits resemble the historic homes that line many Chicago streets....
Eucalyptus - Print
$29.00
The fresh minty pine scent with a hint of honey and the bright leafy greens of the Eucalyptus plant comes to life in this whimsical collage. The ginger jar vase's slender and sleek outline and delicate detailing made of found colors of cut newspap...
Flower Shop - Print
$29.00
As a child, a flower shop was on my list of many business ventures. But instead, I decided to create it out of paper! It's always exciting to look through the retired newspapers' vast pages for found colors and textures to create a cohesive image....
Holiday Chicago Greystone - Print
$29.00
The iconic two and three-flat greystones around my neighborhood have such ornate detailing and majestic grandeur that I had to create a collage of one. Piece by piece, grey newspaper bits resemble the historic homes that line many Chicago streets....