A translation of the Spanish word for “field,” Campo draws on the countryside, a place of discovery and engagement with the natural world. In the land, life circles in an eternal loop; rustling grasses grow from rich soil only to turn and fall back to the earth. Old life cascades gracefully into the new in a continuing journey of rebirth. Campo calls to this cycle with its tactile presence, its tight knots of silk circleted into a delicate bouclé. It is a landscape in miniature for wandering eyes and fingers to explore.