Nuno Felted Journal    rusty dyed fabric scraps (cotton, cotton lace, cotton gauze, silk, raw silk, chiffon), cotton, merino wool, jute cord, exotic wood bead, austrian paper

Nuno Felted Journal rusty dyed fabric scraps (cotton, cotton lace, cotton gauze, silk, raw silk, chiffon), cotton, merino wool, jute cord, exotic wood bead, austrian paper

Kazuko Yamanaka / metal fiber

Kazuko Yamanaka / metal fiber

Shibori Undergarment. Meiji period (1868-1911), Japan. The Kimono Gallery.  A very unusual silk shibori woman’s juban featuring a unique design consisting of large graphic tie-dyed circles over a peacock-feather pattern rinzu (damask) base.

Shibori Undergarment. Meiji period (1868-1911), Japan. The Kimono Gallery. A very unusual silk shibori woman’s juban featuring a unique design consisting of large graphic tie-dyed circles over a peacock-feather pattern rinzu (damask) base.

Kazuko Yamanaka / metal fiber

Kazuko Yamanaka / metal fiber

Kazuko Yamanaka / metal fiber 1988

Kazuko Yamanaka / metal fiber 1988

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