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Woven Seams 8

Sculpture
Sale price$ 725

DESCRIPTION

Hand woven cotton cast into concrete | 2022

Woven Seams is a study in double weave — a complex weave structure built with digital jacquard technology. The resulting fabric folds, creates pockets, and contorts. Perfect for Crystal Gregory’s stunning multimedia works in cotton and concrete. The fabrics she crafted for this series allowed her to consider a textile as more than just a two-dimensional plane and question what kinds of spaces we could open up if we thought of fabric as a three-dimensional body — one that consists of a matrix of intersecting lines and surfaces. The series is at once trendy and timeless as the viewer’s eye dances across each colorful stitch.

DIMENSIONS

11 x 11 inches

AUTHENTICATION

The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed and numbered 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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Current Exhibition

Echoes of Being

Group Show
April 12 - May 28

Tappan
8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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JEN SAMSON ON CRYSTAL GREGORY

“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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