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Amelia Hruban
Amelia Hruban • 2 years ago

Brandi Couvillion. "Each piece is formed by an antique escutcheon (or key hole) and key from a demolished home joined together lariat style. In creating these pieces I have always been struck by the intricacy of the ornamentation with which a simple key hole was once adorned. One can often tell the architectural style of the house – Queen Anne, Gothic Revival, Arts and Crafts, and more – by the appearance of the escutcheons, as if every single detail was designed as part of an integrated whole."