Embroidered x-rays by Matthew Cox

Embroidered Art

Takes time to sink in - what you said. Still, up to now, I haven't fully digested your words. I can't dismiss my doubts, I mean, what you said could be bollocks, but I don't know. What do I know 'bout what you feel? What do I know 'bout what I feel?

Takes time to sink in - what you said. Still, up to now, I haven't fully digested your words. I can't dismiss my doubts, I mean, what you said could be bollocks, but I don't know. What do I know 'bout what you feel? What do I know 'bout what I feel?

lines and colors: Cayce Zavaglia creates her portraits in a novel variation on the time honored traditions of tapestry, using crewel embroidery wool in a method in which the direction of the threads are not blended into a uniform pattern, but given direction within the creation of the form — like brushstrokes, producing a much more “painterly” (“threaderly”?) surface.

lines and colors: Cayce Zavaglia creates her portraits in a novel variation on the time honored traditions of tapestry, using crewel embroidery wool in a method in which the direction of the threads are not blended into a uniform pattern, but given direction within the creation of the form — like brushstrokes, producing a much more “painterly” (“threaderly”?) surface.

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