Thread installation artist Gabriel Dawe showcases newest rainbow artwork at Miniartextil, a contemporary art exhibit in Italy running from October 6th to November 18th 2012. His beautiful re-created idea of nature's most decorative creation, the rainbow, cascades from two separate floors in the middle of the atrium of Villa Olmo, a stunning neoclassic home nestled in Como, Italy.
The installation, titled Plexus no. 19, is is constructed in the Villa Olmo. This venue was chosen because of its large windows, which draw attention to the natural light and way it reflects off of the thread work. Gabriel Dawe specializes in the art of technicolored beauty, as the colors of the rainbow capture the attention audiences. Gabriel Dawe captures the beauty behind his artwork and its backdrop, the Villa Olmo.
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