""Rumpled" is loom woven with copper wire, copper strip , then folded and shaped by hand to give the deep folds. A patina was added. Size is 36 x 8.5" Finalist, 2016 Niche Award,Fabricated metal category."
This Pleated Vessel was accepted into Art Comes Alive 2015, Art Design Consultants in Cincinnati. On June 20 it won The Brentwood Art Exchange Excellence in Fine Craft Award. The vessel is loom woven with copper wire,copper strip and patina,17"x 8"
Garibaldi Highlands, BC Canada ,between Vancouver & Whistler.
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I'm so glad you like the work. I think the forms have been strong for a long time, but I'm just now getting so that working with the surface is a pleasure as well. I was very interested to see your pieces...beautiful colors and I love the fact that you are blurring the line between metal and textiles.
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