An incredibly stunning collaboration between Ginew and artist Addie Roanhorse, the Gently Strikes wool blanket. Each blanket is 82% pure virgin wool and 18% cotton. Woven by Pendleton Mills in Oregon. 64 x 80 inches. Small batch and limited quantities.
Addie Roanhorse is a multidisciplinary artist residing on the Osage Nation Reservation. As an artist, photographer, and graphic designer, much of her work crosses disciplines resulting in mixed media, murals, and textiles. As well as operating her own gallery in Pawhuska, OK, Roanhorse has worked as senior graphic designer for the Osage Nation and interim director at the Osage Nation Museum. Most recently, her practice expanded into film when she was appointed by Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear as the Osage Nation Ambassador for the movie “Killers of the Flower Moon” directed by Martin Scorsese.
The Gently Strikes blanket measures 64 x 80 inches 82% pure virgin wool, 18% cotton Un-napped and felt bound Deer hunted leather patch with the artist's name