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Nadine Kalachnikoff Collection

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Nadine Kalachnikoff
canvas/feathers/acrylic paint
Frame details:
Lucite shadow box frame
48" x 36" x 7"

Why We Love This

This original collage is an homage to the dazzling natural beauty of butterflies. The artist Nadine Kalachnikoff composed the color-rich scene using feathers painted to resemble butterflies and acrylic paint. The butterflies nest and dance in a beautiful form--and look as if they’ve just touched down or are about to take flight. This uplifting and beautiful work will stand out in any interior. It is set in a Lucite shadow-box frame and arrives ready to hang.

About Nadine Kalachnikoff Collection

Artist Nadine Kalachnikoff sources her feather butterflies from Shanghai and embellishes them in her studio to achieve the perfect color and effect. She chose butterflies for their profound beauty; in her work, she alternates between clustering them together and giving them space and freedom. Raised in Europe and New York by a Spanish mother and a Russian father, Kalachnikoff grew up steeped in artistic tradition. Since she began creating butterfly collages almost two years ago, the artist's work has been featured at the Palm Beach Art Fair, the Palm Beach Modern Art Auction, and the CoRK Arts District in Jacksonville and is currently on exhibit at Domain in Fort Worth, Texas. Her butterflies have made their way all over the world, from Greece and Russia to England and France. Married to Swedish designer Lars Bolander, Kalachnikoff works in West Palm Beach, FL, where she is currently creating large-scale pieces in a bold style.