A level textiles

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A2 Textiles: Priestley College

Textiles: Priestley College I could imagine the theme behind this being decay due to the top half of the bodice. It looks as if the student has created a piece out of flowers and over time they have decomposed and left behind to create this dress.

Debbie Smyth                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Who: Debbie Smyth What: installation of thread drawing Why: I love the idea of using thread and materials in my next project and this piece particularly interests me because of the "shading" created with more thread

Sketchbook

These sketchbook pages include observational drawings, dresses and fabric experiments (including distressed materials) that are inspired by insects.

I think this is a good mix of textiles and cartography, and makes a really interesting display. Each small circle represents a whole city or town, its a different way or representing a place and a new way of interpreting a map. No matter how small the map used was with the added name of the place it was really clear to know where the little circle represented.

i like the bright colors used to illustrate rivers & streets in cities ~ Atlas Cartography Map

CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART: Textiles, rusty boats and peeling paint

textile artist photography and mixed media - Carolyn Saxby Textile Art St Ives Cornwall

cas holmes textiles: Uncommon Spaces

Circuta Virosa Installation Parc Du Monod 'Common Threads, Common Land' first shown at art textil sent in Switzerland continues in Le.


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