Textile Curator | Textile / Fibre art contemporary exhibition, Tracy Krumm, Susie Vickery and Sara Rockinger
Exclusive interviews and textile art from American textile / fibre artists Tracy Krumm, and Sara Rockinger and Australian Susie Vickery who also specialises in helping refugee groups develop their traditional textiles.
Machine embroidery, crochet and hand embroidery, textile art, from contemporary international artists.
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Tracy Kruum, Plaid (Madras)
Tracy Krumm

American artist Tracy Krumm specialises in crochet, bringing her own unique style to the technique. She uses metal and found objects to create tactile and fascinating pieces.

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Sara Rockinger

Based in Colorado, Sara Rockinger uses machine embroidery to create art and installations, the theme of which is often based on social justice issues including war and gun control.

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On The Melancholy of Tailors-2009-Embroidery
Susie Vickery

Australian Susie Vickery’s work is based around issues such as globalisation and people. She is interested in automating her hand embroideries and also works under privileged and refugee community groups around the world.

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Tracy Kruum, Index (Autobiography)
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Sweatshop-2014-Embroidery copy

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Paul Smith, Rug Company ZIG ZAG_F

Inspirational Monday, 22nd August 2016

 

 

Textile Curator is back from our holidays. While I was in London I was lucky enough to visit The Rug Company and see Paul Smith’s latest collection. Celebrating their 15 year collaboration the six new rugs and cushion which focus on geometrics add to his beautiful existing range. Sumptuous colour and pattern combinations, quality craftsmanship and a quirky detail here and there give the Paul Smith treatment to textile art.  See more on our blog.

 

 

Image left: Zig Zag Cushion, Paul Smith for The Rug Company

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