UNASU is very pleased to be working in collaboration with Jung Yul Park, a pojagi artist and master of traditional Korean embroidery. Mrs. Park's considerable accomplishments extend to the beginning of her career in the late 1960's in Korea. For years she taught traditional Korean embroidery and maintained her own design studio. Along with Park's studio experience, she also lectured at nationally sponsored conventions and researched Traditional Palace Costumes of the Chosun Dynasty, which…
Suite de 4 tapisseries de haute-lice (50 x 40 , 45 x 35 et 30 x 55 cm) Après avoir été touchée par la couleur et la matière de certaines écorces de Bouleau, j’ai voulu utiliser uniquement des fibre…
A member of Quilt Art, a group of international quiltmakers, who are working to extend the boundaries of this medium and increase it’s recognition as an art form
Fireball by Larkin Jean Van Horn
Fireball by Larkin Jean Van Horn, from the Vessels, Shrines, and Reliquaries Gallery. Her studio on Whidbey Island is the source of a never-ending stream of surprises in layered textile art (quilts), heavily embellished, for display and as wearable art, as well as lavish bead work.