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Her Stories Were Blue 7, 2023

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Hand embroidery on pink mundu (woven cotton textile). Textile edges are raw (unfinished).20" x 23" 

Featured in the exhibition 'the threads we carry, across borders: Par Nair' at the Craft Ontario Gallery, April 27 - June 16, 2024. Note that this work will ship after June 16, 2024.

Par Nair (she/her) is an Indian-born interdisciplinary artist, researcher and educator who lives and makes in the Toronto area. Her practice centres hand embroidery, oil painting, installation, and creative writing to explore lived experiences of diaspora using decolonial methods and a return to ancestral practices. Par has shown her works nationally and internationally with notable showings at Textile Museum of Canada, Nuit Blanche Toronto, Kochi Biennale (Kerala, India), Eastern Edge Gallery (St. John's, Newfoundland), Hamilton Artists Inc and Riverdale Gallery. Her recent work is an attempt to unravel and reimage historical narratives of Indian women. Par currently teaches drawing at OCAD University.