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Archival ink on museum-quality cotton rag paper | 2021

After two years of living through fantasy, Culver's new series "Mignardises" (otherwise known as Petit Four) is a vibrant and coquetteish escape. Inspired by Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette and the sport of pastry baking, these pieces are sweet, yet restless. with forms that are romatically-hued with limbs and leaves reaching, these pieces symbolize the dance of a dream and a wish to expand.

Culver's hopes are that these works bring brightness and break stagnant feelings in her true abstract and playful forms.


14 x 11 inches

28 x 22 inches

50 x 39 inches


14 x 11 inches

Matted: 21.5 x 18.5 x 1.5 inches
Full Bleed: 15.5 x 12.5 x 1.5 inches

28 x 22 inches

Matted: 36 x 30 x 2 inches inches
Full Bleed: 29.5 x 23.5 x 2 inches inches

50 x 39 inches

Matted: 58 x 47 x 2 inches inches
Full Bleed: 52 x 41 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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About the Artist

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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Current Exhibition

Echoes of Being

Group Show
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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