Lesley Richmond Fiber Artist

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Leaf Cloth series ~ textile artist Lesley Richmond-done with paintsticks? Art Fibres Textiles, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Creation Art, Leaf Art, Natural Forms, Fabric Manipulation, Fabric Art, Embroidery Fabric

Lesley Richmond, Textile Artist

Lesley Richmond is a textile artist inspired by natural forms and textures. She works with textile processes to simulate organic surfaces.

From "Art: Textiles&Paper": 'Forest Scape by Lesley Richmond Cotton/silk fabric - x Textile Texture, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Cotton Silk Fabric, Creation Art, Creative Textiles, Thread Painting, Fabric Manipulation, Fabric Art

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Lesley Richmond - Forest Scape 2' - Cotton/silk fabric - 69" x 32"

Lesley Richmond the artist. Her textiles suggest organic surfaces. This would be from the changing structure of the fabric. Distressing techniques and chemical processes changes the surface structure and gives the illusion of decay. Textile Texture, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Textiles Techniques, Art Techniques, A Level Textiles, Leaf Art, Natural Forms, Fabric Manipulation

Lesley Richmond

Lesley Richmond "She makes textiles that suggest organic surfaces by changing the structure of the fabric, rather than imposing a design on the surface of the cloth. She uses distressing techniques and chemical processes to change the surface structure of the fiber into an illusion of organic decay."

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Lesley Richmond - Artists

Inspired by natural forms and textures, Lesley constructs textiles that simulate organic surfaces. She has always enjoyed the processes of surface design techniques and the countless possibilities of their different combinations. She makes textiles that suggest organic surfaces by changing the structure of the fabric, rather than imposing a design on the surface of the cloth. She uses distressing techniques and chemical processes to change the surface structure of the fiber into an illusion…

Hand felted silk fabric layered with embroidery threads inspired by patterns in Lesley Richmond's lace cloth series Fabric Art, Silk Fabric, A Level Textiles Sketchbook, Art Courses, Ribbon Art, Natural Forms, Fabric Manipulation, Mark Making, Surface Design

Hand felted silk fabric layered with embroidery threads inspired by patterns in Lesley Richmond's lace cloth series

Lesley Richmond mixed process fiber by claire Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Hot Glue Art, Textiles, Thread Painting, Fabric Art, Silk Fabric, Tree Art, Embroidery Art

Lesley Richmond

This Lesley Richmond mixed process fibre piece seemingly explores rust, using the fabric and thread as a base. I would like to further experiment with using different types of rust to dye fabrics I haven't tired this technique on yet such as felt and velvet.

Lesley Richmond, from the Distant Forest Series Art Textile, Textile Artists, Cotton Silk Fabric, Quilt Stitching, Quilting, Tree Quilt, Thread Painting, Weaving Art, Artist

Lesley Richmond

Lesley Richmond .. Amazing! for more pics go to lesleyrichmond.com