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Hyland Mather

by Grace Bonney

Now that I seem to spend a good deal of time working upstate on our home and finding weird old bits and bobs in every nook and cranny of the home, I’ve been thinking about a lot of my favorite assemblage artists. Working with found and recycled materials isn’t a new idea, but so many artists and designers seem to be embracing this method with a sense of renewed excitement. Last week while I was on Instagram I came across the work of Hyland Mather, via a photo that Levi Higgs shared in our current hashtag challenge, #DSShapes. Hyland is an artist and art dealer based in Amsterdam who specializes in beautiful artwork and installations that highlight found materials. We’re still covered in snow up here in New York, so this jolt of color is just what I needed today. These pieces are favorites of mine from Hyland’s #lostobject series, but you can click here and here to check out more of Hyland’s work and here to check out a tour of his home! xo, grace

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Artwork by Hyland Mather from #lostobject
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Artwork by Hyland Mather from #lostobject
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Artwork by Hyland Mather from #lostobject
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Artwork by Hyland Mather from #lostobject
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Artwork by Hyland Mather from #lostobject
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Artwork by Hyland Mather from #lostobject
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Artwork by Hyland Mather from #lostobject
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Artwork by Hyland Mather from #lostobject

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