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Archival pigment print | 2020

Presenting a new series evolved from Culver’s first foray into original paintings with Tappan. This limited edition print series is inspired by postcards from an escape, new color combinations that are formed by somber and erratic experiences and daydreams. The repetition of shapes and colors on a suspended, neutral ground signifies the marriage of a dream state and the subconscious. Here Culver moves away from strictly nature-inspired pieces, to focus on what houses us: architecture and fashion.


14 x 11 inches

28 x 22 inches

38 x 30 inches


14 x 11 inches

Matted: 21.5 x 18.5 x 1.25 inches
Full Bleed: 15.5 x 12.5 x 1.25 inches

28 x 22 inches

Matted: 36 x 30 x 2 inches inches
Full Bleed: 30 x 24 x 2 inches inches

14 x 11 inches

Matted: 46 x 38 x 2 inches inches
Full Bleed: 40 x 32 x 2 inches


The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan

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“...remain true to myself. To make work that is undeniably me and uniquely my own. I hope to make things that move people, but if I make work just for others without putting myself in it, it won’t carry.”
-Marleigh Culver
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Marleigh Culver

Artist Marleigh Culver’s gestural floral painting and prints have been featured in Architectural Digest, Domino, Vogue, Sight Unseen, T Magazine, and more. Her site specific external and interior murals can be seen at Google, and across the East Coast.

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Echoes of Being

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April 12 - May 28

8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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“Marleigh Culver is a favorite artist of mine that Tappan features. I loved the name of this piece for my daughter’s eventual bedroom. It’s the question I ask myself pretty much every day when I look at her.”

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