Installation Private Residence: Alamo, California

We had a prominent space on a high wall that needed an artwork. Considerations for the artwork were that it be by a woman artist, preferably American, visually strong enough to stand on its own, make a statement, and help reduce sound reverberations in a long high entry.
We had been looking at this work for a while, and after many considerations, it was the one that met all our criteria.
Cody and Shannon, professional art handlers, came to help

They brought tools and skills

All done!

Credits:

April Gornik. Bower, 2006. Cotton jacquard tapestry, 95 x 71.5 in., edition 3|9

Courtesy of Magnolia Editions, Oakland, CA

Art Handlers from Norton Fine Art, San Rafael, CA

Micaëla van Zwoll, Art Advisor for Micaëla Contemporary Projects

All images copyright Micaëla van Zwoll for Micaëla Contemporary Projects, 2017. All rights protected always and everywhere.

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Credits:

CREDITS: April Gornik. Bower, 2006. Cotton jacquard tapestry, 95 x 71.5 in., edition 3|9. Courtesy of Magnolia Editions, Oakland, CA Art Handlers from Norton Fine Art, San Rafael, CA Micaëla van Zwoll, Art Advisor for Micaëla Contemporary Projects All images copyright Micaëla van Zwoll for Micaëla Contemporary Projects, 2017. All rights protected always and everywhere. micaela.com

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