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Inspirational fiber art

Inspirational fiber art

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Kagemann - FIBRE ARTS

Kubinyi Anna: MŰVEK - WORKS 1992-2001

Kubinyi Anna: MŰVEK - WORKS 1992-2001

Kötelékek 1998 Művész tulajdona Bound Property of artist

Kubinyi Anna: MŰVEK - WORKS 1992-2001

Chung-Im Kim, baekya, 2012, hand stitched industrial felt, silkscreen printed, 71 X 60 X 6 in.


ULLABENULLA: fashion Inspiration

Love that Sue Spargo's stitching

Material Obsession: Folk Art Spargo Style

Deception (detail) by Yvonne Tweedie mixed media textile art

Pat Vivod stands before "Pond Ripples," 2010,. Shibori rust

St. Louis Beacon

Passage Paradis: Tender Tones

Passage Paradis: Tender Tones

Textiles Jiyoung Chung

Dallinga Marjolein, sculptural felting

Florence Jaquet Bracelet: Majesté 2011 Paper, linen thread

An Elephant a Day: Elephant No. 311: Tea bag project by Original T-Bag Designs, South Africa. Emptied, painted and arranged.

An Elephant a Day: Elephant No. 311: Teabag Art

Amelia Epp - Vessels (Used Tea Bags, Acrylic Paint)

Reliefs - Amelia Epp

Chun Kwang Young | mixed media with korean mulberry paper, 2010.

muted palette, wabi-sabi from Alabama Chanin journal

Ann Coddington | Rast 9 forms | twined linen

Ann Coddington Rast | Wovens

Jun TIF free verse by Dancing Crow

Brenda Mallory (waxed cloth, nuts, bolts, steel)

Julie Nester Gallery | Artist Profile - Brenda Mallory

Work from Marit Fujiwara's final collection 'Wound'

Jennifer Reifsneider

Jennifer Reifsneider

A collection of 3D fabrics that fold, fracture and turn three-dimensional, derived from the flat printed pattern. The textiles are made in a unique process, in which the printed image defines the fabric’s dropping and folding. The light, elastic textiles are dyed and then screen printed with an inflexible material that indicates the nature of the fabric’s movement and creates a new, three-dimensional textile structure. -- Mika Barr

Jolanta Surma

Maria Whang Levy weaves her feelings, thoughts, and ideas into these pods

Lisa Kellner | Excavate, 2010 | Silk, pigment, paint, bleach, thread, and pins.