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Macro Minerology views at Jan Kath Contemporary Rug Art

August 21, 2012

The Jan Kath Contemporary Rug Art two part post began yesterday and concludes today as your scribe peers down her petrographic microscope to examine rugs in the Jan Kath “Sliced” collection. Why a microscope? Your scribe is a geology and minerology fan, and the rugs in “Sliced” appear as glorious macro interpretations of mineral or […]

The Jan Kath Contemporary Rug Art two part post began yesterday and concludes today as your scribe peers down her petrographic microscope to examine rugs in the Jan Kath “Sliced” collection. Why a microscope? Your scribe is a geology and minerology fan, and the rugs in “Sliced” appear as glorious macro interpretations of mineral or rock sections. Lab coat please! Your scribe is going in for a closer look. DJ

Agate Blue. Photograph courtesy Jan Kath Contemporary Rug Art

Emerald Green. Photograph courtesy Jan Kath Contemporary Rug Art

Emerald Brown. Petrographic_microscope

Haematoid Red. Photograph courtesy Jan Kath Contemporary Rug Art

Quartz Beige. Photograph courtesy Jan Kath Contemporary Rug Art

Quartz Black. Petrographic_microscope

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