FRIDAY APRIL 19 6-9PM
(Concurrent with Greenpoint Gallery Night)
Taryn's aesthetic is heavily influenced by both the Arizona desert landscape of her childhood and Japanese traditional elements that have been introduced to her by her husband’s family. As each textile is crafted, it becomes balanced and naturally reminiscent of the two worlds, creating a harmonious, wabi-sabi style.
Crochet Luminaries continue Taryn’s aesthetic of crocheting with hand cut or ripped materials to reveal the raw beauty of the raw exposed “modernized yarns”. Wooden structures have been designed to mimic Japanese lanterns mixed with link-in-logs. The details are subtle, but the warm lighting and airy design may put you in a trance as the intention is to add calm and serenity to your space.