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Above: Cepastry rug in Juniper weave. Right: Ryan Reitmeyer a handwoven rug. Because the looms are partially automated, they also make rugs faster and more efficiently. "This was an idea I had in the back of my head for a long time," he says. "The pandemic just kick-started me into doing it." For Reitmeyer, 2021 is off to a great start, with Dallas designers now able to collaborate on original rug designs or select from a library of more than 30 existing patterns. The rugs are endlessly customizable in different weaving techniques, yarns and customized color palettes. Retorra rugs, to the trade at Culp Associates, Dallas Design Center, 1025 N. Stemmons Freeway, James Surls, Cock Fight, 2018, pine knot, bois d'arc, walnut, red oak, cedar (fence post), 101" x 60" x 144" CHAOS AND MAYHEM JAMES SURLS AND CHARMAINE LOCKE JANUARY 15-APRIL 3, 2021 KIRK HOPPER FINE ART 1426 N. RIVERFRONT BLVD DALLAS

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