Touch by Michelle Moode. For the art house co-op scavenger project: in response to the "In the Middle" prompt. (Detail from an artist book)

Touch by Michelle Moode. For the art house co-op scavenger project: in response to the "In the Middle" prompt. (Detail from an artist book) reminder of the senses

Fabric Layering, Cut Through & Manipulation

Julia Wright rust dyed fabric with hand stitch and wire - pretty techniques for hand cuffs or headbands

ana teresa barboza

Ana Teresa Barboza - Thread and Needle 2 hate the themes' angst, but I love the originality in embroidery art. So unusual, but at least the artist used to have the guts !

Fiber and Textile, Karen Margolis, Artist, Modulus (detail), 2009, cotton covered wire-annealed

Fibre and Textile, Karen Margolis, Artist, Modulus (detail), cotton covered wire-annealed

Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia - stunning textile art from small handmade fabric balls that she then groups together. Growth and accumulation, order and chaos are the driving inspiration behind her work. The effect is somewhat pixelated in the end, full of thoughtful gradations in color and contrast.

Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia - stunning textile art from small handmade fabric balls that she then groups together. Growth and accumulation, order and chaos are the driving inspiration behind her work. The effect is somewhat pixelated in the end, full of

Red Cell No. 1 - Sonya Yong james

Red Cell No. 1 Sonya Yong James Hand dyed silk organza and wool felt sculpture. 70 inches length x 24 inches width x 12 inches depth Photography by Luke Allerdice

Seeds, Organic Patterns, Artist Study, Resources for Art Students , with thanks to Artist Michelle Moode CAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas at milliande.com , Art School Portfolio Works

Seeds, Organic Patterns, great to do with organic paper stains and then add thread and needle work

Laura Katherine McMillan. Size: 9 pieces, 5.5”x 5.5” Medium: Machine and Hand Embroidery in Petri Dishes Year Made: 2010 Cell Series "I began this series of embroideries as a way to fuse my background studies in anatomy and kinesiology with my passion for textile art. Revisiting old text books brought back not just information I would have to memorize for its function but a wealth of beautiful imagery. I began to see the cells as a series of intricate textures and shapes. "

in Nature Laura Katherine McMillan. Size: 9 pieces, Medium: Machine and Hand Embroidery in Petri Dishes Year Made: 2010 Cell Series

Textiles Art - Machine embroidery onto hand felted felt - Inspired by microscopic images of Onion cells

Textiles Art - Machine embroidery onto hand felted felt - Inspired by microscopic images of Onion cells reminds me of the cabbage photo i saved

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