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breathtaking.... Julie Shackson's Shoreline series - textiles

Shoreline 2 by Julie Shackson Acrylic on Canvas, Mulberry Silk and Bark

"Sense of Healing" by Maggie Ayres

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.

Pele, silk carving, 17" x 48". Go to the website to learn more about this remarkable piece and see it hanging in context. http://artandinterior.blogspot.com/2011/08/sometimes-you-need-colour-break.html

"Pele" (from the Hawaiian Symbols series) / silk carving /©Petra Voegtle

Fiber Art

Deborah Kruger, "REMNANTS 12 x 7 in Fiber, encaustic, oilstick, waxed…

Richmond- Burned and painted lace, looks like lichens - too cool!

Lesley Richmond- Burned and painted lace, looks like lichens. Researching into how different materials react to fire.

Living On The Edge.....: Busy Doing Lots of Things Textile art

a baby-wipe? seascape Made by embellishing merino tops, silk bricks, ribbons and yarns onto a baby-wipe, then adding detail with hand embroidery and beads. More detail about how I made it is here su-livingontheedg.

Sue Hotchkis - Verdigris Detail. Cotton, synthetic voile and paper. Embroidered.

Bubbling and almost 'growing' texture created. Seeping of colours puts a different edge- blending blue and orange almost seems un natural Sue Hotchkis - Verdigris Detail. Cotton, synthetic voile and paper.

Utilisant un dispositif complexe de programmation pour obtenir ce rendu, ces œuvres digitales sous forme filaire impressionnent.

Patterns Design For Wired UK Magazine