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When light passes through a prism, it changes direction and separates into component colors. The resulting rainbow effect is called dispersion. In this playful homage to refracting light, rays of color pass through an overlay and change tints before tapering into a single point.
Artichoke, Gargolye, Panther, Stratus, Viridian
5'x8' / 8'x10' / 9'x12'
Cotton, canvas or rubber
Hospitality | Residential
A prince of southern charm, Elliott couples his background in fashion and art with his meticulous design aesthetic to create lovingly curated spaces. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Interior Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where he served as president of the International Interior Design Association for two years. The inspiration for Elliott’s designs is multifaceted, including geometric patterns, vintage wear and principles of light.