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  • KARMA TREE SERIES

  • The Karma Tree Series are Fernando's best-known Woven Photographic work. His brother Marcelo hand weaves new versions of the famous artworks that have been exhibited around the world.

KARMA TREE SERIES

The Karma Tree Series are Fernando's best-known Woven Photographic work. His brother Marcelo hand weaves new versions of the famous artworks that have been exhibited around the world. SHOP

I accept my brother's death but I do not accept his art dying with him.

Marcelo Bengoechea
  • KEEPING FERNANDO'S ART ALIVE

  • Internationally acclaimed photographer Fernando Bengoechea pioneered Woven Photographs until a tsunami took him away from us in 2004. His brother Marcelo is on a mission to preserve his art by hand weaving each piece himself, the same way Fernando did. Feeling his energy pass through his hands as he weaves.

KEEPING FERNANDO'S ART ALIVE

Internationally acclaimed photographer Fernando Bengoechea pioneered Woven Photographs until a tsunami took him away from us in 2004. His brother Marcelo is on a mission to preserve his art by hand weaving each piece himself, the same way Fernando did. Feeling his energy pass through his hands as he weaves. SHOP HIS ART

I want to keep saying Fernando's name out loud because I think it's important for everybody who's lost their life for their life to be more than that moment of death. And his work and his art will live on for everybody who he filmed; for everybody whose life he touched. But we get to see him through his work forever.

Oprah Winfrey
  • FERNANDO BY NATE BERKUS

  • "He was audacious and complicated and spontaneous and sophisticated and charismatic and demanding and graceful and volatile and extravagant and occasionally impossible. And when he walked into the room, he pretty much owned it." Excerpt from Nate Berkus' book "The Things That Matter".

FERNANDO BY NATE BERKUS

"He was audacious and complicated and spontaneous and sophisticated and charismatic and demanding and graceful and volatile and extravagant and occasionally impossible. And when he walked into the room, he pretty much owned it." Excerpt from Nate Berkus' book "The Things That Matter". Read more but be prepared to cry...

It was the best gift ever! So much love and commitment behind each woven piece...

Kimberly Jones, Palm Springs