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Created and Sold by Artist Cheryl Maeder

Artist Cheryl Maeder

Haiku Shi Roller Blinds - Art & Wall Decor

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Cheryl Maeder Haiku Shi Roller Blinds brought the beach to this Los Angeles, CA private residence.

Item Haiku Shi Roller Blinds
As seen in Private Residence, Los Angeles, CA, Los Angeles, CA
Artist Cheryl Maeder
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2017
I am a Fine Art Photographer/Video Installation Artist & Designer of a Signature Home Decor Collection

The core of my work has always been about “connection”; the innate connection to the self, each other and to all other life forms on this planet. We are not separate from nature. We are nature, the environment and the infinite universe.

While the foundation of my work is photography, investigations into video and large-scale installations have expanded my visual world. By immersing myself into the world of new technologies and shifting between the mediums, new opportunities for rewarding and creative collaborations have occurred for large-scale installations. Through continuous experimentation, I utilize my camera as a precision instrument to replace the traditional tools of an artist’s studio, such as brushes and paint. I focus my camera on the otherworldliness between reality and the abstract.

Inspired by Nature & The Environment and my love of Art & Design, I created Gardenhouse, a Signature Collection of Home Decor Designs and GardenWalls, nature-inspired Accent Walls.

Maeder’s work is in the permanent collection of the Frost Museum, Miami, exhibited at The Louvre Museum, Paris, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Cooper Union, New York and Norton Museum, Palm Beach, Fl. Her work is also exhibited at major art fairs, such as Art Miami, Scope Art Fair, New York, Art London and Art Shanghai, among others.” Maeder has been featured as a Stylemaker at Luxe Magazine and also featured in Modern Luxury Magazine. Gardenhouse has been featured in InStyle Magazine, Architectural Digest, Coastal Living and Southern Living Magazines, to name a few.