These pieces by Julia Wright are exactly what I love about mixed media textiles! During my 1st year I was drawn to rust and mark making which I haven't spent much time on. Last week, after a resent tutorial I decided to look back at what I'm really interested in and I'm going to look into storytelling through rust, found objects and stitch. It also helps me think about how I can use natural elements to effect fabric.

These pieces by Julia Wright are exactly what I love about mixed media textiles! During my 1st year I was drawn to rust and mark making which I haven't spent much time on. Last week, after a resent tutorial I decided to look back at what I'm really interested in and I'm going to look into storytelling through rust, found objects and stitch. It also helps me think about how I can use natural elements to effect fabric.

Shannon Weber, Oregon (Confessional Series) Hand woven of reclaimed construction wire, nails, washers, paper, sticks, encaustic

Shannon Weber, Oregon (Confessional Series) Hand woven of reclaimed construction wire, nails, washers, paper, sticks, encaustic

Dionne Swift - Yellow Block I like the combination of paint and stitches, which is effectively what these are. :)

Dionne Swift - Yellow Block I like the combination of paint and stitches, which is effectively what these are. :)

The blog of Helen Terry, textile artist, who uses dye, mark-making and stitch to make abstract textile works. This blog tracks her current interests, inspiration and the thinking that lies behind her work.

The blog of Helen Terry, textile artist, who uses dye, mark-making and stitch to make abstract textile works. This blog tracks her current interests, inspiration and the thinking that lies behind her work.

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