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Landscape in Yellow #75 Collage

Chris Wheeler

United States

Collage, Paper on Paper

Size: 72 W x 48 H x 2 D in

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My art is a combination of drawing, painting and sculpting. I use acrylics on handmade paper that is individually cut and shaped for a modern and abstract style of collage work. The paper is stretched and then textured with medium body acrylics. Each piece is hand cut and glued with wheat paste. This technique of paper stretching is traditionally used to restore antique shoji screens and scrolls.

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Collage:Paper on Paper

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Size:72 W x 48 H x 2 D in

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Chris Wheeler grew up in Philadelphia and stayed in the northeast until he graduated from St. Joseph’s university. Shortly after, he began to travel to Europe for months at a time. He spent most of his days in the art museums and galleries storing ideas and absorbing the creativity. At the age of 26 he moved to Seattle where he began painting and sculpting in a small studio. Shortly afterwards he moved to Taiwan to travel and study Chinese Art. This was also where he learned how to mount paper into traditional scrolls and screens. The foundation of his collage work is based on this ancient technique. He returned to Seattle in 2005 and immediately opened Nha Vuu Studio and Design with his wife. The studio restored works of art on paper for galleries, Asian antique dealers and collectors from all over the country. Chris is one of the few people in the US able to do this kind of work. During this time he repaired and rebuilt dozens of shoji screens some 200-300 years old. It wasn’t long before the artist began producing and selling Shoji screens of his own. Today Chris resides in Fort Collins Colorado. He runs two art studios, NVSD and Pergamena Fine Art. He and his wife split their time between Fort Collins and Seattle. He still makes time to restore art and saves as much art as he can. He produces several series of art a year and when he’s home he works in his studio every day.

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