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Lesley Richmond: The intersection between craft & art - TextileArtist.org

Here textile artist Lesley Richmond tells us about working in devore technique and why nature is a constant source of inspiration.

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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."

Lesley Richmond "She makes textiles that suggest organic surfaces by changing… Organic Forms, Natural Forms, Organic Art, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, A Level Textiles, Textiles Techniques, Collage, Batik

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."

Even the most ancient handicraft such as embroidery shows room for innovation. Artist Ana Teresa Barboza, born in Perú, creates embroidered nature landscapes made of yarn and wool which spill out- Art Fibres Textiles, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Instalation Art, Art Sculpture, A Level Art, Embroidery Art, Oeuvre D'art, Textile Design

Textile Artists: 10 to Watch

Lately I find myself more and more drawn to textile art, in all its various forms. There’s something appealingly touchable about it, almost cuddly, and fabric and string, as a medium, provide for almost infinite possibilities. Here are 10 artists to watch. Jacqueline Fink of Little Dandelion creates small and large-scale works with a textural, otherworldly feel. These embroidered landscapes by Ana Teresa Barboza seem to come to life before your very eyes. Spotted on Trendland.

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A daisy- strewn lawn – the essence of summer! Delicate, lacy and reversible, this little piece of original textile art makes a perfect bookmark – an ideal gift for a nature lover or gardener, and very light for posting too. It’s made by free machine embroidering over tiny fragments of fabric and

experimental knitting by Mary Walker Phillips; from her book: “Creative Knitting: A New Art Form”. Lace Knitting, Knitting Stitches, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Ideas, Textile Texture, Textile Fiber Art, Textiles, Textile Manipulation, Creative Knitting

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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…

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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…