Human Nature, Animal Culture Nesting Doll II
by Julia Kernerman
A one-of-a-kind set of nesting dolls inspired by the color palette in paintings and objects from the Frye Art Museum's exhibition, Human Nature, Animal Culture: Selections from the Frye Art Museum Collection. This fun little hand-painted piece would make a great addition to your own collection.
This particular piece was inspired by a painting from the Frye's collection: Landscape with Campfire by Henry Raschen (American, born Germany, 1854–1937)
Dimensions: 4.5 in. tall
Julia Kernerman is a multi media artist living in Seattle, Washington. She focuses on illustration, bespoke apparel, printed t-shirts, and painted objects. Her work inspires levity communicated through acerbic and playful illustration and writing.