Highbrow Meets Low Tech

I did a series of famous composers silhouettes, maybe ten years ago, at the request of my daughter.  She was going to the furniture market in High Point, North Carolina for her design job and needed what they call “smalls,” or decorative items, to round out their display.  These silhouettes were mounted and framed individually in really cool vintage looking black frames with red and gold accents.  (I couldn’t afford them, but they made the silhouettes look extraordinarily nice.)

This set I cut yesterday and today.  They’re mounted in groups of three for the sake of convenience.  The largest ones are about 3 1/2 to 4″ high.  If you would like a close-up view, just click the image.  Ignore the white spots. There might be cat hair and lint on the scanner screen.  Just sayin’…

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