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Ko Sequence iv, mid

Sale price$ 1,200

Unmercerized cotton on canvas. Natural cherry wood frame.

Alyssa Breid’s Ko series was influenced by the process of creating karakami, decorative paper crafted in the Japanese textile district of Nishijin. The traditional craft of karakami involves first dyeing paper and then applying patterns with woodblocks. Influenced by this idea of subtle textural differences informs the Ko series bound together by a common idea but varying in size and location throughout the canvas. The Ko series is meant to be seen together as a series yet stand on their own as individual works.

Size: 12 x 9 inches
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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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Ko Sequence iv, mid Sale price$ 1,200