Limited Editions, Thaddeus Wolfe
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“My rug designs first emerged as drawings that referenced the patterning and textures I’ve explored in certain surfaces of my glass works. The designs evolved in two directions as I looked closely at pieces in my studio and produced spontaneous sketches in marker and ink. The first direction was a graphic patterning, built from concentric arrangements of lines. I envisioned a shimmering optical effect in which forms emerge and disappear upon viewing. The second was a rough grid, intersected with various diagonals and colors. It is intended to be abstract, a rendering of a deteriorated grid. Conversely, it can be interpreted as an aerial viewpoint, mapping, or simply a graphic interpretation of my glass surfaces.”

Pile composition: 100% wool
Technique: hand woven
Origin: Nepal
Size: 300×250 cm

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