Bridgeport artist Ruben Marroquin brings weaving into the digital age.

Fairfield County Business Journal By Phil Hall - November 18, 2018


Ruben is lovely to work with!
His artistic direction along with collaboration desires have turned out to be beautiful pieces of art time and time again.
I highly recommend working with Ruben, and will continue to specify him for my projects far into the future.
— Alana Marie Designer at Kelly Wearstler.

Ruben’s creativity is bountiful and his sense of esthetics when it comes to incorporating his artwork into one’s home is unique and will make your room(s) so special and beyond what you expected. I now own 4 of Ruben’s pieces and enjoy having them and looking at them every day. If you want unique and incredible art in your home to enhance your space and furnishings, Ruben is the artist you must hire.
— Francine Even. Artist and art collector.

  Entanglement Fiber Art Hanging   $ 12,600  The Entanglement Fibre Art wall hanging created by Ruben Marroquin combines Fine Egyptian cotton, stretched Belgian linen, Japanese silk, gunmetal metallic yarns, and metal fibers, and wooden industrial cords. The dramatic artwork is created by hand weaving fibers over fibers, applying them on the artist’s handmade Aluminum frame. The lead time for each unique piece is 12 to 14 weeks. As shown the size is 36” by 36”. Available in other colors and sizes.

Entanglement Fiber Art Hanging

$ 12,600

The Entanglement Fibre Art wall hanging created by Ruben Marroquin combines Fine Egyptian cotton, stretched Belgian linen, Japanese silk, gunmetal metallic yarns, and metal fibers, and wooden industrial cords. The dramatic artwork is created by hand weaving fibers over fibers, applying them on the artist’s handmade Aluminum frame. The lead time for each unique piece is 12 to 14 weeks. As shown the size is 36” by 36”. Available in other colors and sizes.


McKinley Elementary students learn to weave

By Justin Papp

Published 9:26 am, Friday, April 6, 2018 FAIRFIELD CITIZEN.


Architectural Digest Magazine.     

ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN Posted December 8, 2017

Feast Your Eyes On Kelly Wearstler's Latest Project

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Text by Hannah Martin/Photography by François Dischinger

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Les deux visages de la crise vénézuélienne

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Broad Stripes and Bright Stars, review by Amanda May Aruani

"Ruben Marroquin has an 18x25-inch piece in the exhibition that is made up of red, white and blue string. There is a vaguely familiar blue shape in the top left corner, but the rest is a knot of complicated threads, at once accidental and intentional, bound and bulging. There's almost a straight-jacket quality to it. It begs the question: What misshapen form lies beneath? Or has the flag just twisted itself almost beyond recognition?




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New York Times. Arts | Connecticut

At Fairfield Museum, Exploring Craftsmanship Across Centuries

By SARAH GOLD

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 One Cool Thing By Lee Steele. CT Post article.

One Cool Thing By Lee Steele. CT Post article.


 Rijswijk Museum's Textile Biennial 2015 Catalog.

Rijswijk Museum's Textile Biennial 2015 Catalog.

 Rijswijk Museum's Textile Biennial 2015 Catalog.

Rijswijk Museum's Textile Biennial 2015 Catalog.






CT Post: Fiber artist loves the old, embraces the new

Phyllis A.S. Boros / Published 3:47 pm, Thursday, May 22, 2014






 Weaving workshop participant Robert Davis weaving with Alpaca wefts and bamboo floss warps at the Harrison Apartments in Bridgeport, CT.

Weaving workshop participant Robert Davis weaving with Alpaca wefts and bamboo floss warps at the Harrison Apartments in Bridgeport, CT.



 Textile Plus Magazine,

Textile Plus Magazine,