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Intersections of Place, Weld, Marigold, Madder and Indigo 2

Sale price$ 1,900


Silk and plaster | 2021

In her new series of sculptures, artist Crystal Gregory juxtaposes swaths of naturally-dyed silk on plaster in a reflection on the life cycle of the plant that lended itself to the dying process. Using natural dyes from plants that Gregory herself harvests, such as black hopi, black walnut, and goldenrod, the artist observes the color that emerges in each dye pot—a story of its environmental circumstance and the weather patterns endured during its lifetime. In this way, Gregory uses the dye as a conduit for the story of the plant itself. In this new series, Intersections of Place, Gregory acts as the muse for each plant source, allowing each color to tell the story of its life. The colorful silks are then cast into interior plaster, forever holding a history of place and time.


20 x 16 x 1 inches


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The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan.

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“I am constantly responding to what was woven in the foot before, adding color and texture and pattern-finding a rhythm, losing a rhythm and responding.”
-Crystal Gregory
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About the Artist

Crystal Gregory

Crystal Gregory's sculptures combine the permanence of concrete with the fluidity of hand-woven textiles. Gregory has exhibited her work at numerous museums and galleries in the United States, including The Hunterdon Art Museum, The Rockwell Museum of Art, UK Art Museum (Kentucky). Gregory's work has been reviewed by in Hyperallergic, Surface Design Journal, Art Critical, and Peripheral Vision.

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Cheryl Humphreys & Mike McMullen
June 7 - September 3

8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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“I love the hand-woven works from Crystal Gregory. This piece in particular really catches my eye because of its texture, movement and saturated magenta color.”

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