Show & Tell / Geometrics 2
Rugs From The Past
These pieces were exhibited prior to the 2017 Show. Use the label "Show & Tell" to see other rugs showcased in the past.
Special Show & Tell: Geometric Rugs # 2
There is something mesmerizing about looking at a geometric rug; the longer we look, the more patterns we see in it. Geometrics are timeless with their roots in ancient civilizations and are seen not only in rugs but also in tilework, weaving, quilting, and artifacts. Colour, both hue and value, plays a vital role in how the pattern is perceived. The symmetry, repetition, and even stitching add to these geometric rugs’ soothing appeal.
|Lois J. Morris. Santafe. Original |
|East Ironbound + Squares. Judith Dallegret. Traditional quilting pattern|
|Left to Right: Amy Oxford's Hooked Rugs Today 2006; Book Cover; |
Map with East Ironbound Island location
|Maureen Rowe, Orange Peel. Traditional quilting pattern|
|Marion Hood. Blest be the tie that binds. Old antique Nova Scotia pattern |
|Jeanne Osler. Navajo Rug. A McGown pattern |
|Solomon Key. Sylvia Solomon. Original|
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