Large Fiber Wall Art by Margo Farrin O'conner for Ted Morris & AssociatesAutomaton Vintage Furnishings
Wonderful example of the fiber arts movement by Margo Farrin O’Connor for Ted Morris and associates. These pieces were produced in California, circa 1970 and were handwoven. This large-scale biomorphic motif is fabricated from a mix of dyed fibers consisting of wool, nylon and jute with the top end supported by a strip of wood for mounting to the wall. The use of natural materials and earthy tones including sienna, burnt umber and yellow ocher make this piece ideal for adding warmth, texture and visual interest to space.
This piece can be used as a focal point in a dining room, living room, den, family room, bedroom or office and would add a little bit of that free-spirit, 1970s vibe which is seeing a resurgence right now in modern design. It would also be an eye catching choice for a corporate, retail or hospitality location such as a boutique hotel, restaurant, cocktail bar, members club, conference room, workspace studio, executive office or in a luxe clothing emporium.
Measurements 64" H x 44" W x 1" D
Very good vintage condition. Some minor signs of use commensurate with age are evident.