“Push & Pull in The Flow” by Amy B Ballet

A Miami-based atelier  transforms original art into modern day rugs through technology and time-honored craftsmanship. Surkoya integrates artists’ works with: mills, weavers, dye masters and printers from around the world.

“Push & Pull In the Flow” on the Floor
The showroom collaborates with both established and emerging artists to reimagine their original paintings as one-of-a-kind rugs that transform interiors through layers of texture, depth and color.  While clients can choose from hundreds of prints from a curated catalog of artists, each design is produced in limited editions of only seven rugs to maintain exclusivity.
“Sirin” by Slava Gayun

Founded by Russian painter Alexsandra “Sasha” Surkoya, the idea behind the concept is a reflection of her passion for art, craftsmanship, visual creativity and textiles.  She opened her gallery during Art Basel Miami 2017 in the Art, Antiques & Design Mall in Miami to showcase Surkoya’s evolving collection of art rugs in collaboration with local and international artists.

“Sirin” on the floor

Current artist collaborations include Canadian painter Amy B. Ballett, Spanish artist Noemi Ibarz, Russian painter Slava Gayun, Venezuelan artist Wuilfredo Soto, American artists Craig Kirk and Vaho Hazalia, and work from Sasha herself including a Portuguese Tiles Collection featuring textiles with “azulejos”, which reflects the epochs of culture, beauty and design of Portugal and Spain.

“Coral” by Naomi Ibarz

Surkoya’s art rugs are printed in Germany using digital textile printing technology to achieve a full-color spectrum with over 30,000 hues and screening capabilities to reproduce high-definition images on rugs with true contrast, superior accuracy, quality and texture.


“Coral” on Floor

For a sophisticated finishing touch, Surkoya uses hand cutters to ever so subtly add texture to a rug, as seen in the mosaic tiles collection. The art tapestry is made in a variety of textiles, including fine silk from India, the finest New Zealand wools and the softest polyester. Each numbered rug is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, authorized by the original artist.  These original, one-of-a-king art pieces range in price starting from $4,150 for a high pile polyester print to $21,000 for a handmade silk rug from India.

Surkoya is an art rugs atelier that uses state-of-the-art, high-definition printing technology to transform original paintings from artists into luxury tapestry.  The company combines art, artisanality and technology to revive art tapestries for the 21st century. Nestled in Miami’s Art, Antiques & Design Mall, Surkoya’s gallery is located at 8690 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 7 in Miami, Florida. For more information, visit www.surkoya.com or follow along on Instagram at @surkoya.