Sense of Healing - Maggie Ayres is a mixed media & textile artist who is passionate about texture, line and light, which she manipulates using a variety of materials, focusing primarily on natural fibres.

Sense of Healing - Maggie Ayres is a mixed media & textile artist who is passionate about texture, line and light, which she manipulates using a variety of materials, focusing primarily on natural fibres. Wow, love this texture.

Kim's Hot Textiles: Extreme Surfaces for Stitch - West Dean College July 17 - 20 (many interesting pics!)

This is made by sewing stained newspaper to a base ---- Kim's Hot Textiles: Extreme Surfaces for Stitch - West -Dean College July 17 - 20

Lisa Kokin, "Fauxliage: No Birds Sing", 2011. Thread, wire, page fragments from Silent Spring (1962) by Rachel Carson 70 x 24 x 8 in. Courtesy of the artist and Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA. http://www.thecjm.org/on-view/in-the-past/do-not-destroy-trees-art-and-jewish-thought/about

'Fauxliage: No Birds Sing' by Lisa Kokin - Thread, wire, page fragments from the book 'Silent Spring' by Rachel Carson 70 x 24 x 8 in. Courtesy of the artist and Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA.

Finding inspiration for textile art by Cas Holmes Tin Hau Sketches2

Finding inspiration for textile art by Cas Holmes Tin Hau Nice idea for attaching to canvasses

8.Brewhouse Displaying and hanging textile art

Anne Kelly has curated textile exhibitions and sold art to galleries. In this article she shares ideas for mounting and hanging textile art with the aim of displaying your work as successfully as possible using practical methods.

Untitled by Nina Morgan - Art House Sketchbook Project | My Sketchbook was based on nostalgia memories that are deeply personal poignant.It`s a visual diary https://www.arthousecoop.com/users/ninaloo #stitching #mixed_media #artists_book

Instant Download - Digital Collage - Vintage Maps - 40 piece collection

Mixed Media Fiber Art - Lisa M. Parrott (machine embroidery seems to have no feeling to me no matter how lovely...but this piece feels like hand embroidery, has feeling embedded. Why is that?? perhaps my esthetics have evolved?)

Mixed Media Fiber Art - Lisa M. Parrott (machine embroidery seems to have no feeling to me no matter how lovely.but this piece feels like hand embroidery, has feeling embedded. perhaps my esthetics have evolved?

Kirsty Whitlock - Losses, 2009 Turbo Charge Read to improve your vocabulary score. http://youtu.be/LyO3EkP1TdY

'Losses by British mixed media textile artist Kirsty Whitlock. via the artist's site


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Leslie Pearson | Leland, North Carolina, USA | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada ****

Leslie Pearson | Leland, North Carolina, USA | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada ****

embroidery artists - Google Search

Embroidered petri dishes by Elin Thomas. I know what I'm making for my lab coordinator at school for Christmas.

Erin Endicott Hand embroidery, walnut ink, vintage fabric

Work by Erin Endicott on Textile Design and Designer`s Platform. This textiles piece of work interests me as I like how the brown and darker parts of it look as it looks like a real map. The contour lines help to convey this

Textiles & Mixed Media Original Art- Gallery 1

again, wonderful especially as just returned from Lindisfarne a week ago, captured the atmosphere Giclee Textile Art Print 'Lindisfarne by LauraArtandTextiles,

from anca gray's blog.   texture.tone.neutrals.  source: umla on Tumbler

Modern embroidery and textile art, what i like: differing patterns and texture. If these were made with brighter happier fabrics or neutral full colors, it can be something great.

Antoine Bridier-Nahmias paints with mould, marrying art and science in an unexpectedly delightful way. His strange media include various sets of bacteria and fungi, ranging in color, texture, and density, and a petri dish serves as his canvas. Once a piece is grown to his aesthetic satisfaction, the artist photographs it from above, capturing the nuances of the material in stunning resolution.

In Antoine Bridier-Nahmias' "Magical Contamination" series, he "paints bacteria into petri dishes, shaping an array of patterns" of mold which he then photographs.

Helen Smith-Fragments of torn collagraph prints stitched with red thread and vintage shirt buttons.

Red thread on collagraph by Helen Smith - Fragments of torn collagraph prints stitched with red thread and vintage shirt button

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