Detail

Jonas Wood

Yellow and Orange Orchid Clipping Rug

2018

Hand-knotted silk, 150 knots/inch

66 × 48 inches (167.64 × 122 cm)

Edition of 30 + 3AP

Produced by BravinLee Programs, New York; Designed by Jonas Wood

$18,000

Not available for purchase online, please contact shop@gagosian.com to arrange for purchase.

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House plants and flowers have long been a subject of Jonas Wood’s work, whether on their own, within paintings of interiors or alongside portraits of people. In Yellow and Orange Orchid Clipping Rug, Wood renders a segment of a beautifully flowering orchid in the colorful, graphic flatness that has become synonymous with his painting style. This luxurious hand-knotted and dyed carpet is made from the highest quality silk in Kathmandu and is produced in a limited edition of 30 plus 3 artist proofs. “I like making editions and prints as an extension of my practice. Even though it’s very high end, there’s still some accessibility to it: Instead of just one painting, there are thirty rugs. People live with it and their dog sleeps on it,” said the artist in the New York Times.

Detail

Jonas Wood

Yellow and Orange Orchid Clipping Rug

2018

Hand-knotted silk, 150 knots/inch

66 × 48 inches (167.64 × 122 cm)

Edition of 30 + 3AP

Produced by BravinLee Programs, New York; Designed by Jonas Wood

$18,000

Not available for purchase online, please contact shop@gagosian.com to arrange for purchase.

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House plants and flowers have long been a subject of Jonas Wood’s work, whether on their own, within paintings of interiors or alongside portraits of people. In Yellow and Orange Orchid Clipping Rug, Wood renders a segment of a beautifully flowering orchid in the colorful, graphic flatness that has become synonymous with his painting style. This luxurious hand-knotted and dyed carpet is made from the highest quality silk in Kathmandu and is produced in a limited edition of 30 plus 3 artist proofs. “I like making editions and prints as an extension of my practice. Even though it’s very high end, there’s still some accessibility to it: Instead of just one painting, there are thirty rugs. People live with it and their dog sleeps on it,” said the artist in the New York Times.

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