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Monday
Mar262012

Wearable Art in Grand Rapids

Chris Triola makes wearable art and one-of-a-kind knitwear that has been displayed and featured at the Smithsonian and Philadelphia Art Museum since 1990. Right now, it's also on display at one of our fave furniture stores in the US – Design Quest in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Chris Triola maintains a production studio in Lansing, Michigan and sells her work through galleries and specialty stores across the country. Pieces include knit pullovers, jackets, vests, scarves and shawls. Here is a small sampling of her creative designs.

 

The Retrospective and Trunk show is viewable at Design Quest until May 13, 2012

 

Design Quest | 4181 28th St SE | Grand Rapids, MI 49512

Visit Design Quest here

Find more of Chris Triolas work here.