“Dear Sir” Art Print now Available

“Dear Sir” Art Print available. Original painting was done by my husband Ray Ferrer and I. Ray creates hand cut stencils and uses spray paint. I create the first layer of the painting with acrylic paint and vintage mental health documents from an abandoned institution.

Click HERE to view this item on Etsy. Available in two sizes.

 

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Daniel Johns of Silver Chair Art Print

Daniel Johns of Silverchair Art Print. Original Art by Ray and Rhian Ferrer.

Available in my Etsy Shop in multiple sizes and prices.

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Raccoon Skull Covered in Vintage Mental Health Documents

Raccoon skull covered in mental health documents. $50 This particular one sold but I can make another one just like it. I ship within the United States. Check out my facebook page for more photos of skulls I have done.

Feel free to contact me artglandrhian@yahoo.com

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Phonograph Keepsake Box ***SOLD***

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Phonograph Keepsake box by Rhian and Ray Ferrer. I did the collage covering and my husband, artist Ray Ferrer did the hand-cut stencil and spray paint phonograph. These vintage documents from the 50s came from an abandoned institution in Rockland County, NY called Letchworth Village. Letchworth Village opened in 1911 and closed in 1996.

On February 27, 1950, the first trial case of the polio vaccine in the United States was administered to an 8-year-old patient. After the patient suffered no side effects, the vaccine was administered to 19 more of the institution’s children.

Reports of inadequate funding and improper care of the residents, including children, were present dating back to the 1920’s. Accounts surfaced of residents being found unclothed, unbathed, and neglected. In addition to rampant abuse among the institution’s residents, staff also suffered abuse at the hands of fellow co-workers which included incidents of rape.

I went into one of the hundreds of buildings at Letchworth when I lived in New York and was able to save many of the patient files that were still on the shelves or scattered across the floor back in 2005. Years later I decided to give these people and their stories new life by making them into artwork.

-Rhian Ferrer, ARTGLAND

 

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Nick Cave Ink Print on Vintage Hospital Document

Nick Cave Ink Print on Vintage Hospital Document w/ Spray Paint

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Available for purchase here ————-> ARTGLAND ON EBAY¬†