A collection of fabrics exploring colour, texture and pattern inspired by aerial views. Techniques used are devore, disperse dying, screen printing and hand embellishment. Copyright © 2020 Dan…
Heather Komus of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada ****
Heather Komus of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada. An even closer detail of 'Gorge and Grow'.
dARK CORNERS - ArtsThread
I chose to use the medium of textile art to create a body of responses to the subject of mental health inspired by a former patient of the West Riding Pauper and Lunatic Asylum during the mid- nineteenth century. A combination of layered printed and embroidered pieces is designed to visually emulate the fusion of floral remedies within the brain. Embroidered text and florals express the beauty which lies beneath the surface of the dark sinister elements of the narrative.
magical contamination: mould as art by antoine bridier-nahmias
magical contamination: mould as art by antoine bridier-nahmias expresses the textural and colourful diversity of fungi, though an array of patterns.
Knitting with bacteria | Design Indaba
The Textured Self by Sonja Bäumel uses bacteria to demonstrate how different forms of life work together to make the human body function.
My concept is expression of my personal relationship with textil. I love textil art and I can‘t live a day without it. I made a composition of seven, as there are days in week, dry slides of bread, six of them processing by textil techniques and the seven…
The Daily Dish: Petri Dish Art by Klari Reis | Inspiration Grid
San Francisco-based artist Klari Reis will create a new Petri dish painting every day in 2013 for her Daily Dish project. “The paintings are created …
The Art of Mould
By Max Liboiron I love mould. It is invisible, yet suddenly visible if you let it take over parts of your fridge or bathroom; it can come back from the dead; it is neither animal nor plant. It is m…
Sculptural Embroidery — Laura Bell Studio
This is Laura Bell's portfolio website. My work is a combination of various media and incorporates painting, stitching and embroidery, cut paper, and sculptural elements.