Prowling through ACC site, I came upon this dynamite transfer work by North Carolina’s Lauren Van Hemert, her "Ephemera Collection".

Lauren’s work feels completely different from most transfers I’ve seen. Perhaps it’s her heartfelt connection to the luggage labels and stamps plus her family’s immigration story that makes the work so powerful.

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  • reply Laurel ,

    You are so right, Lauren’s work is FINALLY something using transfers that doesn’t look like everyone else’s! She definitely has taken the time to really develop her own style. Thanks for bringing it to us.

    • reply elise salim ,

      waoowww…. this is amazing, she do the transfer to those beads

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