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  • ✘ nattanicha

    Gabriel Dawe sewing thread rainbow art installations. Follow the link - they're amazing!

  • Jacob

    Gabriel Dawe, Plexus no. 9. 2011, thread, painted wood and hooks

  • Melanie Hagenbring

    9 Eerily Beautiful String Art Installations - installation by Gabriel Dawe

  • Andrea Nastase

    Thread art display - Gabriel Dawe

  • Mariana Nelson

    Thread Installation by Gabirel Dawe. Growing up as a boy in Mexico, Gabriel Dawe was forbidden to explore the artistic elements of textiles and embroidery, an area thought to be reserved for women. Nevertheless, the color and intensity of Mexican culture began to appear in his artwork after moving to Montreal in 2000. Now based out of Texas, the mixed media artist has made a career out of the mind-bending thread installations that compose the “Plexus” series.

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