Foto Relevance and Rozendove have collaborated to create custom, contemporary pieces of wearable art, designed by U.S. and international artists who are represented in Houston, Texas by Foto Relevance.
Each scarf is a limited edition of 100, priced at $235 each. Please contact the gallery for more information.
Deborah Bay is a Houston artist who began taking photographs as a way to create and explore small spaces that open wide to the imagination. Her studio-based work involves the construction of enigmatic macro imagery, yielding richly hued , abstract compositions that seem to exist outside the realm of time and space.
Torrie Groening is a Vancouver-based photographer working across a variety of mediums beyond the lens, including drawing, painting and printmaking. Honing the multimedia approach in her work, Groening constructs still life compositions that reflect on the diverse paraphernalia of an artist’s studio.
David Reinfeld is a New York City based artist who work engages with color, abstraction, and composite imagery sourced from a personal library of photographs captured from the inception of his photographic career in the 60s through today. For Reinfeld, art is not only an arrangement of form and content, but also an awareness of visual impact and communication.
Margeaux Walter is a lens-based artist currently living and working in New York City. Transforming herself into various characters found throughout her satirical staged photographs and videos, Walter employs humor and visual intrigue in highlighting the excessiveness and isolation generated by our technology-driven consumerism.