Wednesday Contact Showcase - Karen Cattoire - Gorgeous Fiber Art
Karen Cattoire is an incredible Fiber Artist and Mixed Media Art. I just loved all of her various pieces pictured on her photostream. All these photographs are the property of Karen Cattoire. 1. Shisha 5 detail, 2. Detail Danger at sea 3, 3. Detail rainforest flowers, 4. Detail Threads'party, 5. Detail Waterfall 3, 6. Aladdin's Treasure, 7. Threads'party ATC 4, 8. Oceania detail, 9. Detail Geometrics 7 Created with fd's Flickr Toys
Steve Parish - Inspired by Nature
Creating a calendar range is a long process, starting almost 18 months prior to the calendar year. It's nice to reflect on the range and see the finished...
A Textile for Aldeburgh
I know I've told you before that one of my all time favourite places is Aldeburgh on the Suffolk coast. A mosaic of Aldeburgh loveliness! A few weeks ago I wanted to something textiley and I decided to try and reflect Aldeburgh. Not an actual representation, more of a memory of the light, the textures, the movement and the colours. I kept to a very limited colour palette, but used a variety of different fabrics and threads. I did some free motion embroidery, some hand embroidery, half hid…
Felt with orange gold metallic mesh and machine embroidery - mosaic Carolyn Saxby - Mixed Media Textile Art Textiles, textile art, mixed media, embroidery
stitching in the sun
I am working on my Diploma with Sian Martin's Distant Stitch course. This is a distance-learning course in design, textile arts, creative embroidery and mixed media based in the UK.
Daily meandering through the many habitats of my homestead delights and enthralls me, and studying the seasonal and hourly changes of light, color, shape, and shadow, informs all my work. Creating is a daily practice, a means of holding time and being present. @bethann_810 instagram turtle creek tributary, shamokin mountain pennsylvania guides
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