Ceramic Patchwork is Zoë Hillyard’s distinctive solution to the challenge of mending broken ceramics, which sees her apply the tradition of hand-stitched patchwork in a completely new way creating delicate unique pieces.
American Brooks Harris Stevens, addresses the history and cultural associations of textiles. Her work is wide ranging in subject matter, technique and physicality.
Amanda Cobbett creates life-like interpretations of nature using machine embroidery and papier mache. Her work is encased in perspex boxes reminiscent of Victorian display cases highlighting both the realism and quality of each piece.
Inspirational Monday, October 24th, 2016
For Inspirational Monday this week we have interviewed textile artist Stewart Kelly. Based in the UK he describes his work as ‘a fusion of drawing and contemporary stitch,’ see more of his work and find out more about him on our blog.
Image left: Trace 1 , 60cm X 60cm, Ink, Wax and Machine Embroidery on Paper, 2014 by Stewart Kelly
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