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Artist Edition

Rose B. Simpson x FWM

Guidance Cards: Collector's Edition

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Description

Explore the imprints and through-lines that orient your life with this special collector’s edition guidance deck made with hand-drawn imagery designed by FWM Artist-in-Residence Rose B. Simpson.

Closed edition of 50. Each deck comes with a unique bag and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity hand-signed by the artist.

5 x 3.25 inches

Closed edition of 50

Letterpress in black ink on thick cream paper with hand rounded card corners. The Collector’s Edition comes in a linen bag made from remnants of the same fabrics used to create the pillows included in the exhibition, as well as twine and handmade ceramic beads used for the curtains. Each bag is unique, and each deck is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity hand-signed and numbered by the artist.

Rose B. Simpson, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia.

About The Exhibition

A contemporary art installation by the artist Rose B. Simpson features a canopy of earth-toned baskets made by the artist. Each has a cross-like symbol, which she calls stars.

Rose B. Simpson: Dream House

In this immersive multi-room installation, New Mexico-based artist Rose B. Simpson leads us around the contours of intimacy and memory with windows into her own domestic narrative, kinship, and subconscious. Inspired by Pueblo architecture, her ancestral landscape, and magical realism, Simpson explores the imprints and through-lines that connect and orient her life as an artist, an Indigenous person, and a mother.