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Painterly Textiles by Rebecca Atwood

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by Promila Shastri last modified Mar 18, 2015

It isn’t often that the creative process is patently evident in a final product, but Rebecca Atwood’s textiles—produced under her self-named label—thankfully, leave nothing to the imagination. The Brooklyn-based designer’s motifs are derived so directly from her ravishing hand painted compositions that we’d be forgiven for mistaking her screen printed and digitally produced fabrics for watercolor paintings themselves. — Continue reading …




 

 

1017_RebeccaAtwood_Fabric1_72_1024x1024It isn’t often that the creative process is patently evident in a final product, but Rebecca Atwood’s textiles—produced under her self-named label—thankfully, leave nothing to the imagination. The Brooklyn-based designer’s motifs are derived so directly from her ravishing hand painted compositions that we’d be forgiven for mistaking her screen printed and digitally produced fabrics for watercolor paintings themselves. Dashes and dabs, circles and dots are translated, seemingly stroke for stroke, from sketchbook to cloth—and why not? Atwood has the kind of richly detailed, blissfully artistic sketchbooks that notebook obsessives (who, us?) routinely aspire to, but rarely achieve. Why risk losing such painterly nuance in translation?
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