Dying for Rain Set of Decorations and Stationary
Dying for Rain by Denise H. Cooperman

Dying for Rain Set of Decorations and Stationary

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Part Number:228 Dying for Rain - Denise Cooperman
  • About the Artist :
    • Denise H. Cooperman-Brachman (D. Harrison) was lucky to find her calling early in life. Surrounded by a vibrant art culture in Beverly Hills, California, she developed a deep and compelling love of the arts. As early as junior high, Denise was already an award-winning artist. In high school she was one of thirty children selected from the Los Angeles area to study at University of California, Los Angeles (“UCLA”) as part of a special painting class. Art became more than just a hobby. By her junior year, Denise was manufacturing and selling handbags and jewelry that she had designed. After high school, she pursued fine arts at University of Colorado at Boulder. Before relocating back to California, she apprenticed jewelry-making in Denver, Colorado. With her experience, she combined her love of painting, jewelry and “bling” and opened up a salon in La Jolla, California where she created “nail-art.” Recognized for her ingenuity, she was featured on a local talk show and was written up by Frank Rhodes for the San Diego Union newspaper in 1977. These experiences led her to become an Interior Designer in Philadelphia, during which she spent three decades in the furniture industry—designing, creating, and furnishing people’s lives with joy, art, and functionality. After a 30-year hiatus from painting, a talent that she enjoyed exploring during her childhood and college, Denise yearned to pick her paint brushes back up. One day she did and she has not put them down since. Denise is currently studying under the tutelage of Jim Repenning, a well-known local artist in Southern New Jersey. Many of Denise’s current works merge her experiences in the furniture industry with a certain edginess, or, as Gallery Owner Paula Farley Jackson says, “sassiness.”

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Set of Two Pillows
Set of Two Pillows Size 18 inches x 24 inches
Assorted Note Cards - Pack of 48
Assorted Note Cards - Pack of 48
Hand Painted Silk Scarf
Hand Painted Silk Scarf Size 28 inches x 72 inches
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  • One Full Set of Artistic Decorations and Stationary to match, including:
  • One set of two pillows, a pack of 48 assorted note cards plus a hand painted silk scarf.
  • Pillows: The images are printed on pillows made of imported Belgian linen. The fabric is doubled with an inner lining and closes with an invisible zipper. The pillow is filled with down feather. These particular pillows measure: 18 inches x 24 inches each. Since the original painting is long, the image on the silk pillow wraps around the other side. The image shown is demonstrating both sides of the pillow.
  • Scarf: The hand painted silk scarf is 28 inches x 72 inches. The scarf is made of silk charmeuse, hand rolled edges and hemmed. Dry clean only.
  • The original oil painting which was replicated in the pillows, silk scarf and note cards was inspired from a rainy day in the city with a uniformity of black umbrellas. We all share rain and have that in common. We all experience it in every part of our planet.

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