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Eric Edelman

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Bottle whimseys on display at Berkshire Art Kitchen., 2009 Mixed Media Constructions Incorporating Glass & Wood. Various. © Image & artwork created & copyright © by Eric Edelman. All rights reserved.
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Manipulation, 2010 Digital Collage © Eric Edelman, 2010
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Artist Eric Edelman digitally combines & alters vintage wood engravings into visionary collages.

Eric Edelman is a collagist and found-object sculptor living in New York City. He has exhibited at the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, the American Museum of Natural History, the National Arts Club, Long Island University, and various private galleries.

His work is represented in several private and institutional collections and has appeared in the books THE ART OF THE MINIATURE and GENIUS IN A BOTTLE, as well as the monograph 'Eric Edelman Collages the Unconscious.'

He draws material for artwork from his personal collections, which include wood engravings, shells, bones, compasses, wooden shapes, porcelain doll parts, game pieces, machine parts, bottles, pins, toys, and pentagonal objects.