John Derian, America’s most noted contemporary decoupage artist, creates beautiful one-of-a-kind pieces using paper, glue, and handcrafted glass. John collects archive paper images that are personal, that inspire, and that “evoke deep memories that people gravitate towards.” Established in 1989, John’s collections are handmade in his studio in New York City where he employs a small staff of artisans to assist him in his creations. Handmade in New York.
• 6” long x 12” wide
• Do not immerse in water, wipe clean
• Gift wrapping is always on us!
RISD grad, Stephanie Housley, founded Coral & Tusk in 2007. First enchanted by the natural world during childhood trips to the Eastern seaboard, her travels now span the globe. She...
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