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Textile Art

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Embroidery Artist Katerina Marchenko - art post

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Meredith Woolnough - ArtisticMoods.com

It’s amazing how contemporary artists use embroidery as a medium to create so much beauty in so many diverse ways. Inspired by plants, coral and cells, Meredith Woolnough uses thread to create elegant shapes and patterns that are an absolute delight for the eye. After sketching out a pattern on fabric, Meredith carefully applies the thread with a sewing machine. The fabric is then dissolved into water, leaving nothing but the beautiful body of Meredith’s stitching work. Finally, she pins the bodies into shadowboxes, like preserved specimens. Meredith Woolnough is an award-winning artist who lives and works in Newcastle, Australia. Her unique creations have been shown in private- and group exhibitions worldwide. Visit her site for many more.

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Textile Art by Susan Hensel | Fine Art - Susan Hensel Projects

Discover the intricate textile art by Susan Hensel - a multidisciplinary artist, with a 50+ year career, who uses mixed media practice with embroidery.

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"Growth"

A sculpture created for the show. This piece is comprised of over a hundred pieces of sewn silk organza. The silk organza and wool felt base was more than 10 feet by 10 feet before manipulated and finished. Handmade wool felt, hand dyed silk organza, silk thread 35 inches x 55 inches x 5 inches Photograph by Michael Marren

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