Weaving is at the heart of all Sandra De Berduccy’s textiles which explore a range of mediums and often incorporate sensors and LEDs. She lives in Bolivia and interaction is an increasingly important part of her art.
Based in the Netherlands, Luis Acosta creates unique jewellery by combining textiles and paper. His pieces are in galleries worldwide including The Museum of Arts and Design in New York.
Australian artist Niki McDonald uses the urban landscape and experiences as the subject of her contemporary needlepoint. ‘Faces, spaces and attitudes,’ are all themes in work which often depict strong women against a colourful background that include cultural references to today’s society.
Inspirational Monday, 27th March, 2017
Happy Inspirational Monday. Apologies, but I’ve been so busy interviewing artists, quilting, sewing and generally being busy there is no blog this week. Check out our extensive archive on the blog if you are looking for something to read. Back next week.
Image left: Some of my distractions from doing the blog this week.
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