Textile and Mixed Media Artists Inspired by Organic Forms within Nature

A board created as inspiration for Extended diploma Fashion and Textiles project with the theme of 'scape'
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Some textile pieces are so lovely, natural and evocative. I really like this artist's work from textile artist Kirsten Chursinoff's Flickr - she is beyond amazing!

Some textile pieces are so lovely, natural and evocative. Work from textile artist Kirsten Chursinoff - textile art, embroidery and mixed media landscape

pg 11 from Embroidered Flora & Fauna: Three-Dimensional Embroidery (Paperback)  by Lesley Turpin-Delport & Nikki Delport-Wepener

Idea for lake documentation? pg 11 from Embroidered Flora & Fauna: Three-Dimensional Embroidery (Paperback) by Lesley Turpin-Delport & Nikki Delport-Wepener

Dimensional Weaving - Martina Celerin 3D fiber art: Fourth Street Festival approaches!

wow- ive never seens something like this. Dimensional Weaving - Martina Celerin fiber art: Fourth Street Festival approaches!

Textile Art - texture, pattern & shape detail - handcrafted using silks, embroidery and embellishments // Lorenzo Nanni

Lorenzo Nanni Silk Botany This is truly amazing. The light texture against the heavy lines.

Sandy Kephart , a fabric artist, is inspired by nature conveying realism through semi-realism and abstract, adding thread, fibers and yarns in a collage fashion.

Textile art Sandy Kephart, a fabric artist, is inspired by nature conveying realism through semi-realism and abstract, adding thread, fibers and yarns in a collage fashion.

how to dye fabric with rust art by laurie brooks (hummm may have to try this)

From Old Metal to New Textile with Rust Fabric Dyeing

From Old Metal to New Textile with Rust Fabric Dyeing how to dye fabric with rust art by laurie brooks on quilting daily

Grey Silk Fibre Dress - creative textiles surface design exploring the idea of impermanence - textiles for fashion // Shirley Buchan

Shirley Buchan Grey Silk Fibre Dress - creative textiles surface design exploring the idea of impermanence - textiles for fashion

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I like how the flowing waterfall looks very realistic. It looks like it is gushing in to the water. I love the colours the purples, pinks and blues and yellows.

Meredith Woolnough’s Embroideries Mimic Delicate Forms of Nature  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/10/meredith-woolnoughs-embroideries-mimic-delicate-forms-of-nature/

itscolossal: “ Meredith Woolnough’s Embroideries Mimic Delicate Forms of Nature “ Woolnough uses a special embroidery technique that involves a domestic sewing machine and a base cloth that dissolves.

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