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Artist Deborah Schenck finds inspiration for her photographs while taking countryside walks and exploring antique shops near her home in Vermont. Originally from England, where she worked as a professional photographer with a passion for historical photographs, she was drawn several years ago to the old print look of Polaroid transfers, a process by which a photographic image is transferred to watercolor paper rather than photographic paper. Her images, which she further enhances with paints, capture the simple and subdued beauty of flowers, seashells, and antique objects, and are among Chronicle Books' best-selling notecards. The Deborah Schenck line is a tribute to the delicate colors, nostalgic imagery, and the textured look and feel of handmade objects that Deborah strives for in her photographs.
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Deborah Schenck likes to take walks with her husband and her golden retrievers, collecting berries and flowers along the way for use in her beautiful photographs. She was drawn several years ago to the process of "Polaroid transfer", by which a photographi
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