The ancient art of colorful textile arts for interior decoration has received a new form in the works of the Maximo Laura. The master tapestry artist, who has inherited the art from his parents and forefathers, has added his own creativity to the artwork without deviating from its roots. With his creativity and designing skills, he has been able to make any simple design a real masterpiece. The artist has introduced modern colors and designs in the tapestry works, and designs created by Laura now have secured a special place for itself in the market. It is not only a popular choice for the homes of art collectors, but also has made its way to several high profile institutions.
How are they made?
Whether it is tapestry wall hangings or any other form of art tapestry, each work is treated with equal importance. The designs are first conceived and painted by Laura, which is then transformed to cartoon or line drawing. The measurement of the final tapestry determines the size of the line drawing. Once the cartoon drawing is complete, it is then transformed to cotton warp threads. Then the color blending process of the tapestries is conducted to achieve the perfect color and design of the artwork. Laura tapestries are generally done on Alpaca fibers but sometimes it is blended with silk, cotton and Llama.
Blending is done depending on the designs and color effect that is to be produced. Once everything is finalized, the tapestries are then hand woven by skilled artisans in the workshop of Maximo Laura. Works are done under the supervision of the artist himself, which leaves negligible chances of any sort of mistake. As the works are done only in the workshop of the artist, each artwork is available in limited numbers or unique. Thus, authentic tapestries of Laura are sold by few stores. We have a wide variety of wall décor and wall tapestry created by Maximo Laura. Each product offered by us bears the authenticity certificate of Laura. Therefore, someone who is planning to increase the aesthetic appeal of his home can surely trust us.
Edmundo was born Ayacucho in Peru , His tapestries are made ith 100 % alpaca wool and natural dyes , so that the color red is obtained from an insect that lives in the cactus called " cochineal " to cite one of many materials.Edmundo Pre -Columbian designs used as animal Incas symbols and geometric shapes each of them is made n a loom. Light and dark colors give a three dimensional effect to the designs and style by calling this sun and shadow.