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Whimsical embroidered fish - Ivan Semesyuk

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Old Yarn Rug by Loom Rugs

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another amazing tapestry by Georgie Bick ~ She is considered to have been of the finest weavers in the world by many established textile authorities. Ms. Bick has served as consultant to both the Metropolitan Museum in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago. She also instructed fine art tapestry to students. Her works have become more collectable since her recent passing several years ago. Weaving a tapestry is a laborious process, taking up to two years to finish one.

The Godmother | Armstrong DeGraaf International Fine Art

Friedensreich Hundertwasser

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Antipode King

Friedensreich Hundertwasser

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Fiber Sculpture - no link, but not difficult to recognize horsehair tightly wrapped.......nice!


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Carpets of Artur Lakatos (1880 - 1968)

Picasa Web Albums - Balazs Mehes - Lakatos Artur...

Gordon Hopkins Imaginary garden oil on linen

Gallery, new works

Click to zoom Two Wild Buffalo [obverse]; Two Blue Bulls and Two Hog Deer [reverse] from a Baburnama- Artist: Mansur Designer: Kanha HISTORICAL PERIOD(S) Mughal dynasty, Reign of Akbar, ca. 1589

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Egyptian Birds

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Bhakti Ziek | Chaos and Order #2 | wool + cotton | warp ikat, lampas pickup | 25.75” x 18.75” | Randolph, Vermont, U.S.A. | 2004

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Austrian Braid

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Vintage Moroccan Carpet

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Now, you can accesorise your home with #ethnouveau too, with African print pillows. Love it!

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Heavenly Hues

only some of the elements

Design Seeds® | find your palette


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FORGET ME NOTS: Felted wool repurposed from old sweaters, an antique blanket, and other woolens. Embellished with antique buttons.

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Felt brooches I love these. Lots of detail, felt and embroidery. They'd make nice ornaments, too

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Carter Smith

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Pine Needle Baskets

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Marilyn Evans and William Stevens, two self taught weavers, have taken willow structure weavings from simple basketry into the realm of woven sculpture and three dimensional wall art.

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Northwest Montana -: March 2007

March 2007

warm :)

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Maureen O'Doogan

Lamayuru Monastery, Ladakh, India

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