Bamboo Scarf, "The Unresolved Chord" (limited production)
Soft and flowing scarves for all seasons, wrap yourself in your own art masterpiece.
- 24" wide x 72" long
- 100% silky poly chiffon
- Hand-stitched in Colorado, USA
- Handwash cold
This product is part of Installation I, featuring the works of Nima Veiseh, a contemporary painter based in Washington DC.
ABOUT THE PAINTING INCORPORATED INTO THIS PIECE:
"The Unresolved Chord is a deconstructed abstraction of what the artist hears when a guitar chord or progression is played. To provide a small background on musical theory, chords have progressions that move like a loop in steps. When you look at the piece, your eye subconsciously catches the next layer, and your eye continues around the entirety of the piece, providing a powerful continuity in movement and texture. This 200-year old phenomena used in music is an example of what has been abstracted to your eyes, in order to give the observer a multi-sensory experience that transcends the visual and taps into deeper layers of our mind."