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Artists Frank Bowling and Max Gimblett Go from Canvas to Carpet

Sacha Jason Guyana Dreams by Frank Bowling. Photography by James Proctor/courtesy of Hales Gallery and Odabashian.

Artist: Frank Bowling for Odabashian

Product: Sacha Jason Guyana Dreams

Standout: Just in time for the painter’s retrospective at Tate Britain comes this limited-edition wool-silk rug, its title and vibrant surface derived from his acrylic on canvas named for his son’s inaugural visit to Guyana, Bowling’s homeland. Through Hales Gallery.

Sacha Jason Guyana Dreams by Frank Bowling. Photography by James Proctor/courtesy of Hales Gallery and Odabashian.

The Double Way by Max Gimblett. Image courtesy of Lucy Tupu.

Artist: Max Gimblett for Lucy Tupu

Product: The Double Way

Standout: Adapted from ink on paper works by the New Zealand painter, the rug’s quatrefoils, a Gimblett signature motif, are hand-knotted in Nepal of Tibetan wool and silk and are GoodWeave–certified, guaranteeing no child labor was involved in its production.

> See more from the July 2019 issue of Wifijerez

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