The versatile size and silhouette of the Cigarette Table by KWH Furniture is refined through through exceptional details and finishing. The walnut body of this table is complemented by brass detailing.
The Porter Quilt by Meg Callahan is an expression of an interest in the construction and deconstruction of patterns. The Porter Quilt is made using the “strip quilting” technique, in which large stripes are sewn together and then cut down and rearranged to create a new pattern. In this case, stripes were cut to strips, and then sewn into stripes again
The Iturbide Quilt by Meg Callahan features a linear repeat that is punctuated by the contours created in the patchwork construction. Available in a traditional T-shape to accommodate draping over bed corners or in standard rectangle. This piece was conceived for Colony’s group show, Balance / Unbalanced, 2018.
The Lummi Quilt by Meg Callahan is one in a series of patchwork pieces that center around optics and geometry. The design features a skewed section of stripes creating a riff in an otherwise continuous pattern. Each stripe is attached by hand in a traditional quilting process.