Schneider Bedspread 250x250 cm Multi

Description Schneider Bedspread is created by Ryan Schneider for the Normann x Brask Art Collection.
Read more about the art collection here.
100% cotton
Size & Weight:
H: 250 x L: 250 cm
Product Information:
The Schneider Bedspread is quilted with black stitching. The top side is printed, while the back is all black. Made of 100% cotton with polyester fiber filling. The print is placed randomly on all Schneider cushions making every cushion unique. The cushion cover is made of 100% cotton and has polyester fiber filling. Hidden zipper at the bottom.
Avoid long-term exposure to direct sunlight and other light sources as the textile might inevitably fade. Stains should be removed immediately to avoid permanent damage. Hand wash or dry clean only.

Schneider Bedspread & Pillow

Ryan Schneider’s contribution to the Normann x Brask Art Collection is based on his piece ’Pipes Canyon Peepers’ from 2016, inspired by the dark nights and picturesque surroundings of his Joshua Tree home. This dreamy landscape, where colorful trees and owls light up in the starry night sky, unfolds in a vibrant bedspread made of cotton quilt.

“I’ve always wanted to do a blanket, and I really like the idea that you can wrap yourself up in this particular piece. Pipes Canyon at nighttime is something special. The temperature drops from hot to cold, and the scenery is so beautiful, quiet and peaceful. It makes you sleep well. To have this nocturnal image as a bedspread just feels right. Everything is so well connected.” – Ryan Schneider

There is something calming and fitting about snuggling up in Schneider’s serene Californian night image. The motif is strangely hypnotic and supernaturally peaceful. A half-moon shines from behind bare treetops. Owls, sluggish and curious at the same time, peek out from their perches on twisted branches, while a dark backdrop – not quite black, but a deep, infinite dark blue – makes trees and owls pop out with fluorescent colors in a magical and mythical scene.

Ryan Schneider

Rich in color and bursting with energy, Ryan Schneider’s large-scale oil paintings draw in the viewer with spellbinding force, depicting humans, nature and contemporary life. Artist Ryan Schneider lives and works in Joshua Tree, California, where he has been living since 2015 after 13 years in the pulsating metropolis of New York City. He fell in love with the raw and unique desert landscape, with the tough vegetation and diverse wildlife of Joshua Tree finding its way into many of his works.

Schneider was born in 1980 in Indianapolis, Indiana and holds a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Recent solo shows include ‘No Filter Eden’ at the V1 Gallery in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2018 and ‘Mojave Masks’ at the Schneider Museum of Art in Ashland, Oregon in 2017.