Randall Darwall (1948-2017) was a master colorist and weaver whose hallmark is an extraordinarily refined aesthetic. He was one of contemporary craft’s finest weavers, bringing an intelligence and liveliness to his work. He saw his goal as “not just making patterns, but giving people something to think about.” For Darwall, dyeing and weaving was a way to set up a conversation between colors; when the cloth is worn, it becomes kinetic sculpture. Darwall celebrated more than 25 years together with life‐partner and designer, Brian Murphy, a testament to a joyous, enduring relationship to work and living that colored his work.
Randall Darwall's work has become highly sought after by his fans and collectors. We have two remaining examples of his work, photos and dimensions shown below. Call us at (215) 862-1880 to add these to your wardrobe.
Multicolored weave with rippled texture. 72" long including fringe, 14" across at widest sections. $299.
Warm, cream, and steel-gray neutrals in a geometric weave with side tuffs. 96" long including fringe, 15" wide. $379.
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