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found object, rusted street metal, knotted cotton, plastic strapping
plastic strapping material, upcylced, tied and wound into bows, half hitch knotting
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Iron Mountain Installation

Peggy Dembicer

United States

Installation, Found Objects on Iron

Size: 19 W x 50 H x 5 D in

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I repurposed a rusty metal piece of street scrap for this wall relief. I used strapping material shaped and wound into bows and then strung together with knotted half hitched macraméd done from cotton twine. The strapping plastic is up-cycled from boxes of office printer paper and from file boxes retrieved from Iron Mountain Storage facilities. Iron Mountain is a facility that stores confidential corporate materials that need to be archived. I was inspired by the shape of the metal as its semicircular form resembles an iron mountain.

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Installation:Found Objects on Iron

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:19 W x 50 H x 5 D in

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Peggy Corallo Dembicer is a contemporary fiber and mixed media artist noted for intricate beaded tapestries, modern and colorful 2D and 3D paperweaving, as well as the creative application of recycled materials in framed and sculptural artworks. She employs polymers, oil and acrylic paints, novelty yarns and miscellaneous objects to create her unique and engaging pieces. Many of Dembicer’s designs draw inspiration from popular culture, geometric patterns or by emulating, through reinvention, the works of artists she admires. Her focus on up-cycling and repurposing discarded and found objects is evident in her mixed media works. Fiber and beads are the consistent and cohesive element in much of her studio practice. Her expertise in weaving, stitching, embroidery, mosaics, collage, wrapping, knotting, painting and crocheting contribute to a diverse portfolio with broad reaching appeal. Dembicer holds workshops at art organizations and exhibits her work in galleries throughout the Northeast United States. She currently lives and works in Avon, Connecticut.

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