"Twine Theory" Silk Maxi Dress - Peter Stephens
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This elegant feminine sheer silk summer maxi dress features neat linear burnout detailing. It has a delicate yellow tie at the neck and a carefree sleeveless design at the shoulder. The flowy and alluring skirt with thigh-high slit decorated with asymmetrical silhouette and patterns make it perfect for any occasion!
The Art Sense Behind:
This ethereal romantic look is inspired by Peter Stephens’ Twine Theory. Stephens, a Buffalo-based artist, explores the possibility of the interaction between lines and diverse colors. Twine Theory is an abstract art piece, bringing the lash of visual sensory. Instead of representing an accurate depiction of visual reality, abstract art emphasizes the sense of visual illusion by using shapes, colors, lines, and patterns. This flowy dress, carried with the principle of abstract art, aims to create the sensory illusion and perfectly matches with midsummer nights.
About Artist Peter Stephens:
Peter Stephens is a Buffalo-based artist, who keeps exploring the possibility of the interaction between lines and diverse colors. He has been known for his paintings using 19th-century photography to develop ideas on history, memory, landscape, and meaning.
In recent years, he is interested in cosmology, space science, and physics, out of which have evolved paintings that explore scale and fundamental processes in nature, an abstract landscape space of color and collage. His work is in several museum collections, including the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the Burchfield-Penney, and the Castellani Art Museum in Western New York, as well as the Brooklyn Museum.
- no sleeves
- Pullover style
- 100% silk
- Dry clean
- Imported, China
SIZE & FIT:
- Fitted silhouette
- About 31.5" from shoulder to hem
- Model shown is wearing US size 2 Small
Check out some of Peter Stephens' paintings...
And, more products inspired by Peter's artworks:
- "Riviera" Silk Shirt Dress: Colorful maxi dress featuring future-version linear patterns
- "Quadrivium" Silk Maxi Dress: Otherworldly silk flowy dress featuring layers detailing and asymmetrical line patterns