Ana Teresa Barboza

Ana Teresa Barboza, Peruvian Artist, has used wool to create different textures to create 3 dimensional artwork/sculptures cascading out of an embroidery hoop.

JULIE SARLOUTTE

JULIE SARLOUTTE

Check out the incredible work of Julie Sarloutte -- her stitched portraits are such beautiful examples of drawing with textiles. Looks like Irene Adler from BBC sherlock

Harriet Popham Textiles - Embroidered Architecture, Prague.

harrietpophamtextiles: Embroidered Architecture - Prague /// this would be a great idea for a string study as it is unusual and really creative.

bic biro Drawing on a 1878 newspaper - musch more beyond/ besides information/ data - social ong

10 Beautiful Biro Drawing Portraits

[Mark Powell] bic biro Drawing on a 1878 newspaper - musch more beyond/ besides information/ data - social ong

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elise wehle… again (The Jealous Curator)

elise wehle - paper cutting/mixed media {cityscapes} Love the delicacy of these paper cuts

susanna bauer - embroidery, crochet, leaves, rocks. I need more hours in the day.

These stunning little pieces are the work of Cornwall based artist Susanna Bauer, and yes, I am now planning to spend my weekend looking for leaves, and rocks, and sticks.

Ana Teresa Barboza Volver a Mirar

Ana Teresa Barboza’s Embroidered Works.Artist Ana Teresa Barboza mixes sculpture, illustration, photography and embroidery in her multi-faceted, wonderful creations.

maurizio anzeri

Italian born, London based artist Maurizio Anzeri transforms found photographs of perfectly cute kids into spooky, tribal, baboon-ish looking creatures using only a needle and thread. This is where I got some of my inspiration for sewing on canvas

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