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    Bloomsburg Department of Art & Art History > Faculty/Staff > Meredith Grimsley

    Emilie Chaix, artiste sculpteur, Montreuil

    by Fiona Rainford

    Polonaise reclaimed silk, hand stitched and stuffed with wool by Ruth Singer

    Animalarium: White Whale, felted


    leslieavonmiller: WIND (by Ariane Sroka) nuno felt

    made by the Danish artist Isabel Berglund

    Cecile Dachary

    by Cecile Dachary

    Sheila Hicks

    Cloth Fragments, by Matthew Harris

    Kubinyi Anna---Eleven Textil ---1999 ---Művész tulajdona---Living Textile.

    Ottoman Silk Embroidery with gold plated silver thread. Ottoman Dynasty 1453-1922A.D

    Exhibition view, “The Stuff That Matters. Textiles collected by Seth Siegelaub for the CSROT,” Raven Row, 2012 Courtesy: the CSROT Historic Textile Collection at the Stichting Egress Foundation, Amsterdam

    "hook head", wool felt and beads by Sonya Clark

    sweetgrass by Sonya Clark

    Chung-Im Kim, tansung I (side view), 2012, hand stitched industrial felt, silkscreen printed, 9 X 9 X 1.5

    19th century signature cloth

    18th century silk bodice embroidered by Rosalind Wyatt - oh wow..

    Palace Yurt by fiber artist Janice Arnold. She used the technique of felting wool fibers through sheer drapey silk fabrics for a translucent ethereal result. This technique is sometimes referred to as nuno felting.

    Linda Hutchins

    photo © Thomas Straub