Created with reference to Kandinsky's Molle Rudess meaning Soft harshness. Kandinsky moved toward abstraction because he grew to think that “objects damaged pictures." However he was interested in shapes, he believed that triangles embodied assertive feelings, while the circle, spiritual feelings. An embodiment of pure abstraction, it is a great example of the expressive component of Kandinsky's artworks. The bursts of color juxtaposed by other more subtle shapes and tones draws out a sort of chaotic tranquility. The symphony created by the colors and forms working in cohesion is what makes this an expressive form of abstract art.
Our Kandinsky Collection is a renaissance of the artwork of Russian-born painter Wassily Kandinsky, acclaimed artist and pioneer in the pure abstraction and avant-garde art movements. As the artist once said that "Everything starts with a dot," so did this collection, which today has become a fully fledged series of 8 handmade rugs. The designs uphold the artist's commitment to the synesthesia of colour, sound, and spiritual expression in art. His works linked with the Cosmic world inspired many motifs for this collection. .
Pile Composition: Wool | Fabrication: Hand-tufted| Actual colours may vary from the pictures.