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Zoomed in image of  Morris Island, Compass stamp and driftwood roads.


Folly Beach Art Map aka The Edge of America Print - Limited Edition of 20

lauren preller

United States

Printmaking, Manipulated on Ink

Size: 36 W x 25 H x 1.5 D in

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I have spent many days exploring Folly Beach. I have also used Folly for backdrops of portraits. Especially the south end of the beach overlooking Morris Island. I have included Morris Island on the map! Folly, the edge of America! Where the roads are made out of driftwood and the Morris Island lighthouse is lit again! But to see it you need to walk to the end of the island's sandy path. Preller shoots the island's colors and textures and integrates them into this map. Artist Photographer Lauren Preller is currently working on the South Carolina Art Map Project. Preller shoots the topography of colors and textures of the low country. The sand, sea grasses, marshes, the palms warm waters and historic architecture. Preller photographs these unique local textures and digitally integrated them into her Art Maps.

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Printmaking:Manipulated on Ink

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:36 W x 25 H x 1.5 D in

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Baltimore native, Lauren Preller is a professional photographer and mixed artist. Lauren moved to Charleston, South Carolina in 1994 and raised her 2 daughters on Sullivan Island, South Carolina, just outside of downtown Charleston. After an establishing herself as a photographer in South Carolina, Preller photographed fine art portraiture, weddings, cotillions (yes, cotillions, they are alive and well in South Carolina). She also shot editorial photography for Charleston Magazine, Charleston City Paper, SKIRT! Magazine! Culinary Arts, Southern Living and has a published garden book, (Wyrick Publisher, 2001) “The Charleston Gardener” in hardback and “The Secret Gardens of Charleston” in paperback. Preller began using layered composites of her photographs digitally designed into contemporary art on mediums such as canvas, paper, metal, as well as mixed media art. Preller integrates many layers of photographs into a blended collage of texture and color. She creates what she calls site-specific art in collaboration with architects and interior designers. The art is created for the space; incorporating the purpose of the space and images of the textiles and colors, a process she calls site-specific art. Clients include LS3P Architects, Hacin & Associates, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Clemson University, The Noisette Company. Currently, Preller is working on her Local Map Art Project creating Art Maps. These Art Maps are designed from specific local areas of coastal Maryland and South Carolina. Preller’s photographs local topographic colors and textures. The photographs are digitally integrated into the Art Maps, which makes each map a work of beautiful and uniquely local art.

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