After graduating from Parsons School of Design and working as a home decor designer for brands like Anthropologie, Kim Seybert and Artistic Tile, designer Karen Gayle Tinney launched her own line in 2015. Her latest collection of one-of-a-kind pieces is rooted in the art of ceramics but Tinney puts her own contemporary spin by incorporating mixed fiber as well. The collection of vessels, wall hangings and pedestals were inspired by extremes – extremes in texture, finish, surface and shapes – and the juxtaposition between super refined and very rough forms and textures.
Karen Gayle Tinney Incorporates Mixed Fiber and Ceramics in Her New One-Of-A-Kind Collection
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