Giant Life-Like Moths And Butterflies Made Of Embroidered Fabric by Yumi Okita
Yumi Okita, a talented North Carolina-based artist, creates beautiful embroidered art depicting large moths, the less popular but no less beautiful cousin of the ubiquitous butterfly. Okita's creations, replete with fur, eyes, legs, antennae, and finely-embroidered wing patterns, strike a fine balance between artistry and realism.
curated contemporary art /// i’m jealous of susanna bauer
Susanna Bauer - This embroidery artist links very well with my leaf project. She creates some amazingly detailed work, with thread that’s carefully stitched into leaves. Bauer uses natural colours that compliment her theme.
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I like this picture because the artist used different forms of nature such as, flowers and butterflies and made it in shape of a skull. This picture is linked to my own work by using different tonal colours and expressing how to layout images or drawings or even paintings based on natural forms.