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Renata Daina
Thought Forms Intertwined | Wall Hangings by Renata Daina
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Thought Forms Intertwined | Wall Hangings by Renata Daina
Thought Forms Intertwined | Wall Hangings by Renata Daina
Thought Forms Intertwined | Wall Hangings by Renata Daina

Thought Forms Intertwined - Wall Hangings

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Estimated Arrival: February 7, 2023

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49H x 12W x 2D in

One of a Kind item
Handwoven natural linen and cotton fibers, artist-made birch wood frame
12" x 49" x 2"
From the Scribbly Line series – woven observations of intricate tree root systems and the unique lines found on Scribbly Gum bark
Original Artwork. Certificate of Authenticity and hanging instructions included
Ready to mount on wall with french cleat

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Item Thought Forms Intertwined
Created by Renata Daina
As seen in Private Residence, Los Angeles, CA
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Renata Daina
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2022
Renata Daina is a Los Angeles based artist creating handwoven tapestry and sculpture. She mindfully sources natural fibers that are sustainably grown, spun and dyed. Traditional labor-intensive techniques and modern motifs form tactile abstractions of weaving, wrapping, knotting, stitching. Natural fibers move fluidly between surface textures and multi-dimensional structures delineating our longstanding entanglement in an increasingly fragile ecosystem.

Born in the United States, raised in Australia, she learned traditional Lithuanian crafts from her grandmother, and is a fifth generation weaver. She received a BFA from the University of Southern California, and studied Fashion & Textile Design at the University of Technology Sydney. Renata has shown work nationally and internationally.