Heirloom is proud to feature the work of contemporary artists utilizing traditional craft techniques in their work.

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SAM CROW
Sam is a Brooklyn based textile artist as well as a member of the Heirloom family who crafts hand tufted rugs. Sometimes functional, but not always, her work seeks to expand the notion of what a rug is and its purpose in our modern culture. Focused on the laborious process of creating textiles and the right of passage each maker earns, she works to find a balance between new technology and past tradition with a clear conscience. Her visual imagery seeks to combine these concepts of slow traditional American craft with a digital and modernized view of shaping, color, and function.

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EMMA REDMOND
Emma is a textile artist located in Brooklyn, NYC. All of her original quilts are hand dyed and hand quilted. Her work is influenced by American folk art, near east textiles as well as a love of 1970’s kitsch.

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CHRISTIAN RATHBONE
Christian has been working with weavers in Turkey for the last 16 years, since he first became enchanted with the country. He prides himself on his commitment to using traditional weaving methods, such as natural dyes & hand spun yarn. Every pillow is woven to size and produced to the highest standard, including the back canvas.

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