I’m looking for art to feature on my forthcoming newly
re-branded blog. I would like to open this call to my readers
since I have received such wonderful links to your art in the past
I will still be focusing on art that incorporates
thread, along with photography, collage and modern craft. Please
send links or recommendations – don’t be shy!
You can also post a link on my facebook page
I love collage and this is how I discovered Australian artist Jordan Clarke‘s
interpretation of the seven deadly sins.
“This series features vintage advertising, fabric and paper ephemera, medical plates,
Victorian etchings and some Photoshop magic to bring it all together.
A relevant quote from the Latin Bible is included in the background of each.”
Alison Watkins creates life size embroidery on fabric of
the contents of her closet. These pieces are so beautiful
and the detail is amazing.
Very cool embroidered portraits by Daniel Kornrumpf.
I love the work of Peruvian mixed media artist Ana Teresa Barboza.
She takes embroidery art to another level.
aka Tsurubride, creates flirty, sexy, embroidered mixed
Embroidered and crocheted leaves by German artist Susanna Bauer.
“Appropriating traditional craft techniques like weaving and crochet
as a means of sculpture brings a contemplative element to the development
of my work. I am interested in unusual combinations of materials, the
experimentation with fragility and strength and the individual stories
that evolve and shape themselves in the process of making.”
via the jealous curator
Boston based mixed media artist Max Colby creates beautiful imagery
using embroidery on collagraph prints.
Embroidery, applique, beadwork and paint by New York based artist
Karen Nicol is a london based mixed media textile designer.
Working in fashion and design, she is known for her embellished
via Embroidery as Art
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