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"Module Shack" Limited Edition Print | Prints by Alyssa Dennis. Item composed of canvas and paper
"Module Shack" Limited Edition Print | Prints by Alyssa Dennis. Item composed of canvas and paper
"Module Shack" Limited Edition Print | Prints by Alyssa Dennis. Item composed of canvas and paper
"Module Shack" Limited Edition Print | Prints by Alyssa Dennis. Item composed of canvas and paper

Created and Sold by Alyssa Dennis

Alyssa Dennis

"Module Shack" Limited Edition Print

Price $100

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Estimated Arrival: March 3, 2024

DimensionsWeight
10H x 18W in
25.4H x 45.72W cm

This is a limited edition archival print of an original drawing. It comes signed and numbered and ships unframed inside a plastic sleeve rolled in a wide cardboard tube.

Image dimensions: 18''x10''

w/ white boader: 18.5''x10.5''


My drawings of imaginal structures deconstruct how we engage with industrialized spaces and seek to inspire societal shifts toward green building, biophilic design, permaculture, and indigenous practices of land stewardship. This work is about my hands-on experience with the eco building techique of stawbale construction.

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Item "Module Shack" Limited Edition Print
Created by Alyssa Dennis
As seen in Creator's Studio, Brooklyn, NY
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Alyssa Dennis
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Wescover creator since 2019
Artist/Herbalist: nurturing regenerative architecture/ecosystems

My drawings of imaginal structures deconstructs how we engage with industrial space and seeks to inspire societal shifts toward green building and biophilic design, permaculture, and indigenous practices of land stewardship. My work addresses the root causes of mental and physical dis-ease by challenging the current paradigm that views nature as mere abstraction.