Woven Art & Beyond LLC
Haida Bentwood Box Tapestry Throw by Edenshaw©
The Haida Bentwood Box tapestry throw blanket, also called "Great Box Considered", is a contemporary recreation by the brothers Jaalen and Gwaai Edenshaw as an effort to understand the work of an unnamed 19th-century Haida Master artist. The rediscovery and exploration of this Box has been a source of growth for Gwaai and Jaalen. The return of this child of the Great Box brings the knowledge held in its four walls back home where the box will be used. Please Note: We do not have an arrival date as of yet when this item will be back in stock. We apologize for this inconvenience.
- Size: 68" x 52"
- Artist: Jaalen and Gwaai Edenshaw
- Content: 100% Cotton, Jacquard Woven
- Motif: 19th Century Haida
- Care: Machine washable for easy care. Cold wash - recommended to wash by itself. Gentle dry. Do not bleach.
- Zippered Bag packaging
About the Artist:
Jaalen and Gwaai Edenshaw are brothers and artists, members of the Ts’aahl Eagle clan from Haida Gwaii. Individually, their art is recognized internationally. Their common interest in Haida story, land, language and art has inspired them to work together on a number of projects.