The textured, multicolored terrain of Kehayoglou’s “Pastizal” rug is an elaborate landscape that reveals its pattern slowly, owing the great technical precision and commitment of the artist to its creation. “Pastizal” was inspired by the verdant pastures of Buenos Aires, and by weaving a “grass carpet,” the artist seeks to immortalize natural scenes and landscapes within her memory, and at the same time, draw attention to the issue of environmental conservation. She tufts her rugs manually, and each is unique and unrepeatable, made from repurposed or excess material from commercial production.

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