Edenic X NOVIK
THE CONVERGENCE OF ART AND DESIGN
Intrigued and captivated by the form of the Teâshí table, Novik saw an opportunity for his abstract style to take on three-dimensions and to express itself in new and mysterious ways. "Everything comes during the work," he said. "I don't know where it comes from and how I am doing it. It is a secret from myself. No thinking. No remembering. No planning. It comes spontaneously." The result of his spontaneous process is a dazzling array of warm colors—oranges, yellows, and greens—accented by subtle hints of gold leaf and framed in dark hues of purple.
The directional brushstrokes accentuate the form of the Teâshí base while hypnotically guiding one's eyes along its intricate structure. The experience of vibrant colors and striped brushstrokes is simultaneously energizing and soothing. "It is like a golden sunset," Novik says.
Novik attended art school in Tbilisi, Georgia from 1960-1965 and attended the Institute of Fine Arts in Yerevan, Armenia from 1970-1975. After graduating from The Institute of Fine Arts, Novik worked on the restoration of the artwork and the interior spaces of the churches and cathedrals in St. Petersburg, Russia. For the last 27 years, Novik has been living in Southern California and painting primarily with acrylic on canvas in his signature Expressionist and Abstract Expressionist styles.
To commission your own Edenic x Novik, click here to send us an email. Please note we accept a very limited number of commissions per year and each one will be different from the other to varying degrees, including our current techniques, creative concepts and also any input regarding the interior space the Teâshí will inhabit.
THE TEASHI COFFEE TABLE
Named after the Japanese word for “limb,” inspiration for our first product, the Teâshí Coffee Table, emanated from branching structures such as trees, veins, fingers, and bolts of lightning. Only 100 Teâshí coffee tables have been produced to date, each welded by hand, and each subsequent iteration is approached with integrity to the artistic process, honoring the unique characteristics born of original creativity and craft. The Teâshí will be discontinued once the current production is complete, ushering the way for a new Edenic Design.