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  • PAINTED art + decor

  • Structural Art
  • Animal Patterns
  • Dot Comedy
  • Antique Chinoiserie
  • Chanel Icons
  • Public Art for Parks

  • Ferns and Mica
  • Americana Whimsey
  • Furnishings & Objects

  • Landscape Flag Couture
  • PHOTO art + decor
  • Bellevue House Gardens
  • Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, Garden Banners
  • Cyber Heroes of New York
    National Academy NYC
  • Photoshop Blends
  • ANTIQUE art decor anew
    wallpapers, prints
  • Chinoiserie Wallpaper 1850
    The Hamlen Collection
  • Views of Italy, Naples 1820
    Cay Dufour Collection
  • Lands of Antiquity 1815
    Dufour by Alderman

  • French Bridges + Bricks

  • structural art

  • gold art

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  • > It's fantastic what you did
    with the light man, the bulbs,
    the reflection, and the firemen,
    and everything... with the
    silhouette of the light man
    walking behind. I love him.
    It looks great!
    - Tom Petrovich, Manager, Men's
    Dept., Bergdorf Goodman, NYC

    > The best I've seen in years.
    - Dr. Francis W. O'Connor
    Art critic and historian, NYC

    > Alderman's work is
    a wonderful combination of Modern and Post-Modern elements, as she
    creatively combines past and
    present, giving us multi-layered
    views of diverse worlds that
    include the Rennaissance, the19th,
    20th and 21st centuries. Her view
    is refreshing, poignant,
    and magical.
    - Dr. Katherine Hoffman
    Chair, Fine Arts Department
    St. Anselm College

    > Alderman's art combines
    serious purpose, wit, and whimsy
    in an engaging alchemy. In the
    multi-layered images of her
    Cyber Heroes project for the
    National Academy, she makes
    past and present speak to each
    other in a lively dialog. Icons of
    New York's Gilded Age mingle
    with references to the city of
    today, while figures formed of
    dotted lights march in front,
    as if into the future. The effect
    is visually stunning and
    - Diana Wolfe Larkin, Ph.D.
    Art Historian