Draheim, Teliha
April 2008
Surface Design Journal;Spring2008, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Patricia Dreher's examples of floor paintings which were done in landscape and floor cloths. Dreher's "Pompeii Fossils" which was done on floorcloth installation, acrylic on gessoed canvas and "Diamonds and Hexagons" were the two paintings that made her famous for some known celebrities like Marsha Williams and Robin Williams and Danielle Steele. Her specialty deals in solving design and space problems and individualized touch based from the clients perspectives ,which means it is more of the client's needs or preferences.


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