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june's featured artist

Grey Goods Studio Pop Up at Port of Raleigh 

 

We are very excited to welcome June's featured artist Brooke Heauts of Grey Goods Studio for a month-long POP UP (and their first show in Raleigh!).

Come view handprinted and designed works on cloth and paper + shop the range of thoughtfully-made home furnishings. Heuts textile designs are a fresh take on contemporary abstract patterns and we can't get enough of her color palettes ... all perfect for adding a graphic and color pop to any space.

Learn more about Grey Goods Studio and get to know the artist below. 

Shop the POP UP. 


First Friday Reception
Friday June 2, 6pm-9pm 

 


Pop Up + Process

Saturday June 17, 1pm - 4pm

Meet the artist, enjoy light beverages, and admire handprinted + designed works on cloth and paper by Grey Goods Studio. Grey Goods Studio founder and designer, Brooke Heuts, will share her inspiration and process during a 30 minute sit-down talk in-store at Port of Raleigh at 1:30pm 

Thoughtfully made throw pillows and napkins made using Heuts unique contemporary designs will be available for purchase.

  

About The Artist

Grey Goods Studio, a textile & surface design studio based out of Durham, NC, was launched in early 2017 by fiber artist, Brooke Heuts and her partner, Braedyn Mallard. They both share a love of art + design and making the world a better (and hopefully more beautiful) place. The term Grey Goods refers to fabric in its “loomstate,” or fabric before it has been dyed, marked or finished. The hand designed textiles Brooke creates are inspired by the power and beauty of the first mark on an unmarked surface and preserving this mark-making is a key part of her artistic process. Brooke begins with experimentation and mark-making using various techniques including screen-printing, dyeing, painting and collage. Through a process of layering, adding and subtracting - she creates repetitions and patterns to preserve these marks.