Knitted Wool Wall Sculpture by 'Little Dandelion'
We have one final release from the 'LuMu Archives' of this incredible knitted, woollen wall sculpture installation by Jacqueline Fink of Little Dandelion. This one is large measuring around 3000mm in length (may be adjusted to suit the space) and around 2800mm in height. These pieces are extremely hard to come by and installations of this size are are retailing in excess of $20000.00. Today we are offering this beautiful piece for the reduced rate of $11000.00.
About Jacqui Fink -
Jacqui Fink is a fibre artist based in Sydney Australia who works predominantly with high grade and naturally coloured merino wools from Australia and New Zealand. Through the lens of her bespoke studio Little Dandelion, Jacqui’s focus is on creating residential, commercial and public installations and textiles both extreme in their scale and the physical challenge they represent for one pair of hands. Each piece is as much a feat of endurance as it is a loving creative expression. Jacqui’s process is entirely self-taught and underpinned by three great passions: her love of sensory feedback, texture and natural fibres. The extreme scale acts as a dramatic sensory and aesthetic conduit to illustrate the beauty and soothing powers of natural fibres. The textures created are rich, luxurious and have the power to imbue both solace and joy to the observer. As her quiet rebellion against mass production, she ensures that each piece is a one-of-a-kind creation: something very personal for the client, lusciously tactile to the touch, highly textural by nature, and meticulous in its construction.
Specialist installation required. Contact LuMu for further details.