Mafalda Silva | Restaurante Julia | Tangled Memories | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | Textile Art | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada ****
Oakville and Toronto Canada's 2012 World of Threads Festival. International Contemporary art approaches to fiber arts, crafts & textiles.
I do love the textile designs of Lucienne Day. She and her husband Robin Day were a mid-century design power duo, often referred to as the British Eameses. Her designs were so groundbreaking and enduring that people still refer to them by name. Désirée Lucienne Day was born in 1917 and died this year aged 93. Inspired by abstract art, she pioneered the use of bright, optimistic, abstract patterns in post-war England, and eventually grew celebrated worldwide. Born in Coulsdon, Surrey…
Post War & Lucienne Day
I wish I could get myself to Designing Women: Post-war British textiles at the Fashion and Textile Museum, London, featuring the work of Lucienne Day (1917–2010), Jacqueline Groag (1903–86) and Marian Mahler (1911– 83). Day wanted to be a painter, but decided that expressing her designs in a fabric
Shelly Goldsmith is an artist who uses textile materials to interpret the emotions and memories associated with human experience. Using recycled materials and garments and print techniques.
Contemporary botanical print in mount ready to be framed | Etsy
Small hand printed original botanical art print. Dusky sky blue and black ink. A beautiful small original fine art botanical monoprint. Inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement and Japanese design. Printed using inks mixed on the plate to produce a unique blend of dusky heritage blues This unique and original ooak botanical monoprint is made with love and care directly using plants from Flora from an English country cottage garden Yorkshire This botanical print has been carefully printed…