The Bloggings Of Mrs Bertimus
I really enjoyed stitching this piece as I really didn't have a clue what it would be about when I started. I began by stitching a face without a drawing to refer to and it took me quite a while to work out who she was. As soon as her eyes appeared I knew she was one determined woman! It certainly isn't the most efficient way to work, but sometimes not having a plan can lead to quite unexpected results (and quite a lot of unpicking!) I hope you like her. Wishing you a very creative weekend…
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Embroidered Portraits by Nike Schroeder
One of my favorite textile artists and Colossal regular Nike Schroeder (previously here and here) just finished this beautiful body of work entitled Berlin EG that captures moments from her everyday life there. I love the minimalistic quality of her line work and the unfinished strands that dangle f
Viewer Interactive — Leisa Rich
Leisa Rich is a fiber sculptor and mixed media visual artist, art educator, published writer, experimenter. She specializes in Free Motion machine embroidery.
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Sewn Found Photo Art
Found photos collected from flea markets and thrift stores are sewn into sculpture and wall pieces in Lisa Kokin’s meditations on identity and anonymity.