Tanglelily Throw Pillow- Black Eyed Susan
Tangelily Lumbar Throw Pillow
I was looking at a 19th century William Morris wallpaper one day and thought to myself, you know the only plants that ever get to be in these wallpapers are the polite plants: the preppy peonies, the straight-laced apples and pompous pomegranates. They're neatly in line, they know where they're supposed to be and how to look. Neat and tidy.
And I wondered, well what about the less dignified foliage? What about the misbehaving fruits?
This led me to create a small series of twisted paintings and drawings based off floral wallpapers, with slightly melted and skewed motifs. Little critters and diseases hidden in there. If you've ever encountered a Saskatoon bush with that weird growth that gets all over the berries, just picture that kind of scene.
50 /50 Linen cotton
Exclusive of trim
Dry Clean only