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at the intersection of earl street

$ 10,000

Unmercerized cotton on canvas, handmade walnut wood frame

The essence of midcentury modern architecture resonates deeply within Breid, as it encapsulates the spirit of innovation, optimism and experimentation that permeated the post-war era. The clean lines, geometric shapes, and functional aesthetics of these architectural wonders evoke a sense of timelessness, reminding us of our inherent connection to the surrounding environment. Through her art, Breid seeks to celebrate and reinterpret this architectural movement, blending it seamlessly with the natural elements of California that also permeate her artistic vision. Using natural colors, fibers, and organic shapes, Breid strives to combine the architectural genius of Los Angeles' midcentury structures with the organic splendor of California's natural world.

Size: 60 x 40 inches
Custom Framing Included
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“I feel that I am a part of a tradition that generations before me have done, working with thread, working with their hands. It is my goal to carry on this tradition, but in a new way.”
-Alyssa Breid
Alyssa Breid

About the Artist

Alyssa Breid

A classically-trained flutist, Alyssa Breid found her artistic medium in minimalist weaving on canvas—a practice that is influenced by the Japanese and Scandinavian concepts of wabi-sabi and hygge—that are rich in detail and spontaneous in form. Breid’s work has been featured in the Netherland’s design magazine VTWonen and is featured in numerous international interior designs.

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