Born in Cuba, 1988, raised along the quiet Northeastern coastlines, and the lush, dark countryside of the Southeast.
A surface pattern designer and quilter, Her career started with hand embroidered jewelry and accessories, and later evolved into quilts and patchwork. Her outspoken craft is informed by the relationship of bright colors, rudimentary shapes and repetition, with inspiration often drawn from her Cuban background and world travels.
Established in 2009, the maranoni label produces contemporary, one-of-a-kind home goods using techniques passed down from generations of quilt makers and textile artists.
Using improvisational quilting methods and experimental applications of traditional techniques means designs constantly change and evolve throughout their execution. This is a departure from conventional, utilitarian quilt making. No two pieces of artwork are alike and patchwork takes on an equivocal, more cultivated meaning.
Products are designed and made by hand from a studio in Los Angeles using vintage and dead-stock fabrics whose histories are vivified with every limited item made.
maranoni commits to exploring and promoting the growth of modern textile and fiber arts. Its work has undoubtedly followed one of the foundations of quilting itself: storytelling, by which each culture and period have passed down heirlooms through quilt design. maranoni is one of those stories.
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