Visit the exclusive preview of the Minnie Pwerle Collection from Woven Image at Living Edge SID 2011.
July 1st, 2011
The Minnie Pwerle Collection from Woven Image continues the company’s tradition of collaboration with Australian artists.
Working with the Dacou Aboriginal Gallery, Woven Image have created a new collection based on the work of the late Minnie Pwerle.
Widely regarded as one of Australia’s leading contemporary women artists, Minnie’s style was free and spontaneous, characterised by a strong use of colour and reflecting her deep connection with the land.
The Minnie Pwerle Collection from Woven Image is a bold, vibrant range of upholsteries, panels and wallcoverings that represent 2 of Minnie’s paintings and design themes – free-flowing and parallel lines.
The motifs found in Minnie’s art have been given a contemporary spin. Sunburnt yellows, ochres and clay tones are offset by black and white for striking effect.
The Minnie Pwerle Collection is a celebration of the work of a significant Australian artist. Woven Image invites you to join them at the Living Edge Showrooms at SiD 2011 for a preview of this exciting new addition to their stable of products.
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