Merging art & frame by Taylor Holland

TAYLOR HOLLAND (b.1971) is an American artist in Paris, France

Utilizing the intricate craftsmanship of frame-making in the context of contemporary art, antique frames are filled with their own content using custom molds built from digital processes.

Fra[mes] is a collaboration between algorithm, artist, and master craftsman, which not only bridges the gap between digital media and old-world craftsmanship, but gives the computer an equal hand in the creative process. (Ongoing)

Holland fills ornate 18th and 19th with reorganized details from their own design, merging the style of art and frame.

1800s Empire (2014)

1800s Empire (2014) 83cm x 68cm x 9cm (Unique),Gold Leaf, Wood, Paint, Composite,[Private collection, Belgium]

Merging art & frame by Taylor Holland

1820 Late Empire (2016) 60cm x 34.5cm x 5cm (Unique) ,Gold Leaf, Wood, Paint, Composite

Merging art & frame by Taylor Holland

1750 Dutch Louis XV (2016) 36cm x 28cm x 2cm (Unique) ,Copper Leaf, Wood, Paint, Composite, Dust

Merging art & frame by Taylor Holland

German Neo-Rococo Naturalistic Style (1840-1850) (2014) ,67cm x 54.5cm x 8cm (Unique), Gold Leaf, Wood, Paint, Composite

Merging art & frame by Taylor Holland

1810 Empire (2013) 78cm x 51cm x 5.5cm (Unique),Gold Leaf, Wood, Paint, Composite,[Private collection, Toronto, Canada]

Merging art & frame by Taylor Holland

1840s German Neo-Rococo (2012) 42.5cm x 34.5cm x 4cm (Unique),Gold Leaf, Wood, Paint, Composite,[Private collection of Hampus Lindwall, Paris, France]

Louis XV Frisbee (2013) 46cm x 46cm x 3cm (Unique),Gold Leaf, Wood, Paint, Composite

You can view more from Holland on his Tumblr and http://taylorholland.com/

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