Maximo Laura - Weaving a Tapestry
From the words of Maximo Laura:
Tapestry-making requires a progressive, slow and irreversible system of work that allows for the miniscule, patient and intimate meeting of technical and visual solutions, leading to the opening of an infinite repertoire of possibility, subjected to the communicative intentionality of the work.
In my case, I look for a language that emanates spirituality, aesthetic beauty and lyricism. I try to submit myself to the limitations of the materials and to the requirements of the act of creation, under the light of an obsessive taste that will, in the end, reflect a cultural and textile connotation that is typically Peruvian.
Collection of tapestries at Art Works Gallery on sale through August 20, 2017. Call for an appointment (804.291.1400) or come Tuesday-Sunday 12 pm -6 pm to see the exhibit.
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