Frank Connet
W / 069

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"W / 069" is a stunning, intricately laced copper wire sculpture. Unbelievably textural and inspiring a tactile interaction, this sculpture by Frank Connet is incredibly versatile -- it can be suspended, hooked to a wall or simply stand on itself in one's space. The interspersed blue lends the sculpture another dimension.

Frank Connet is an American artist based in Chicago, best known for using the process of the dye-resist technique of mokume shibori, hand stitched resist pattern on fabric. Connet’s work is inspired by natural phenomenon and urban surroundings. His roots in traditional dye-techniques and textile study deeply influence his sculptural work.


  • Artist
    Frank Connet
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  • Dimensions
    10.5 in. H x 12 in. W x 9 in. D
  • Seller Location
    Chicago, IL
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