Rachel Denny Domestic Trophies and other Sculptures

The Rachel Denny Domestic Trophies are a menagerie of brightly wall mounted sculptures covered in a very cozy cashmere cable knit as are many of her other sculptures.

 

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Most of the animals Rachel Denny creates are those she sees frequently in her immediate surroundings.

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While accurate in depiction, the palette of colours and knitted texture add a fairytale aesthetic to Rachel’s “trophies”.

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When Rachel Denny was a child she went on hunting trips with her father and while she never hit anything, the hours of waiting and the seriousness of it all was a little surreal for her and it is this experience that led to her Domestic Trophies.

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The knitted taxidermy is a unique merging of both the feminine and the masculine.

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The sculptures are made from polyurethane foam, wood, wool, thread and a zipper.

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Beauty, elegance, serenity and humour.

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Not all of the Rachel Denny sculptures are wall trophies.

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This gorgeous creation is not covered in a knitted cable and has the addition of leaves. I think its gorgeous.

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While most of the Rachel Denny sculptures are deer, she also depicts other animals.

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While most of Rachel’s sculptures are solo designs, this pairing is definitely not.

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Rachel Denny is from Beavercreek which is just outside Portland, Oregon.

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Rachel Denny

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