Join us March 22nd to Celebrate Nowruz & Artwork by Jessie Mordine Young
Jessie is a Brooklyn-based artist who teaches at the MFA Textiles Program at Parsons School of Design and has a deep seated reverence for textiles and the cultural preservation of traditional textile techniques. Her recent work involves creating daily artworks, which she calls “woven drawings” or “thread sketches.”
Come meet Jessie and view work from her ‘100 Day Series’ while enjoying refreshments with good company.
We hope to see you there!
Contemporary @ Heirloom presents: Jessie Mordine Young
We're thrilled to present 10 works by Jessie Mordine Young from her '100 Days Series', mounted and ready to hang.
Interview coming soon, join us this Wednesday for the opening NYC!
A Celebration of Suzanis
Suzan means 'needle' in Persian and suzani is an embroidery tradition that is popular throughout Central Asia.
These detailed needlework textiles were traditionally intended as dowries to be used as wall hangings or bed covers.