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A photo of a blue rug of an organic, rectangular shape laying flat on a white background. The design of the rug is made up of different shades of blue, spanning from bright royal blue to dark navy. The shades are separated by a light blue and white outline, creating many organic shapes reminiscent of the surface of water.A photo of a blue rug of an organic, rectangular shape laying flat on a white background. The design of the rug is made up of different shades of blue, spanning from bright royal blue to dark navy. The shades are separated by a light blue and white outline, creating many organic shapes reminiscent of the surface of water. There are two tags on the rug on the upper left corner. The top tag reads "Articles of Tact." The tag on the bottom has a bold headline that reads "Care" with a fine print list underneath.

Articles of Tact

Water (hand-tufted rug)

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Description

This hand-tufted cut-pile rug is inspired by soft waves, gentle glitters of light reflected on the water, and the feeling of weightlessness.

“Water brings up a lot of emotions. I feel I can really focus and work through my thoughts and feelings being surrounded, next to, or immersed in a body of water.” —Kristina Price

Cotton and synthetic fibers.
Finished using a black and white, woven backing cloth and twill tape.
30″ x 20″

Meet the Artist

Kristina Price

Articles of Tact is a Philadelphia-based creative project by Kristina Price, a multidisciplinary artist who grew up in WV and loves craft. As a maker, she often practices printmaking, photography, drawing, and ceramics in addition to tufting. Articles of Tact softly launched in 2019 and has been evolving ever since. 

Her inspiration comes from everyday patterns and shapes. Plants in particular are especially compelling; they are usually always changing, whether it’s in a state of growth or decay. For Kristina, the fun is all in looking at things, living or object, as they are in their original material and form, and noticing what they hold that gives us their context.