Bloossom Rug

by Maria Zakioso United Kingdom (UK)

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The combination of the dragon’s skeleton and the blooming field creates a profound visual contrast that serves as a reminder of the duality of life – the juxtaposition of darkness and light, solitude and connection, and pain and healing. This rug is a meditation on the human journey through moments of loneliness and the transformative power of finding solace within oneself.

This rug is hand-made by the artist in her London studio.

This rug can be produced in different colour chimes by request.

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Mashulka's (Maria Zakioso) artistic practice is a testament to the transformative power of creativity. Her self-taught approach and background in fashion give her a unique perspective on the potential of recycled materials and found objects. At just twenty-seven years old, she has already developed a sophisticated artistic voice that explores the intersection of personal experience, materiality, and beauty. Mashulka's work is particularly significant in our current cultural landscape, where issues of sustainability and the importance of personal narratives are at the forefront of our collective consciousness. By using discarded materials and objects, she gives new life to what might otherwise be considered waste, while her personal experiences ground her work in a relatable and emotionally resonant place. Her latest furniture series, which reflects on her experiences coming out of a depressive episode, is a testament to her ability to translate her personal struggles into powerful, thought-provoking art. The use of synthetic beauty materials alongside natural materials speaks to the complexity of the human experience, where our exterior appearance can mask or reveal our interior world. Overall, Mashulka's work offers a fresh perspective on the intersection of art, sustainability, and personal narratives. Her ability to transform discarded materials into works of beauty and significance is a testament to the power of creativity to transcend boundaries and speak to the human experience.
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