Posts Tagged 'artist highlight'

Monday Morning Inspiration: Margo Wolowiec

Another day, another artist crush. Although I am still going through my Eva Hesse and Sharon Etgar phase, I am absolutely mesmerized by Margo Wolowiec. I was recently introduced to the technique “glitch knitting“, and although Margo weaves, her distorted

/ No comments

Monday Morning Inspiration: Margo Wolowiec

Another day, another artist crush. Although I am still going through my Eva Hesse and Sharon Etgar phase, I am absolutely mesmerized by Margo Wolowiec. I was recently introduced to the technique “glitch knitting“, and although Margo weaves, her distorted

/ No comments

Inspiration Board: Mary Grisey

Today’s inspiration board is filled with dark and gloomy soft sculpture installations, courtesy of Mary Grisey: What Remains of the Ephemeral? 2014 15′ x 6′ Hand-dyed sisal, cotton and wool Site-specific installation in the back courtyard of p|m Gallery in

/ One Comment

Inspiration Board: Mary Grisey

Today’s inspiration board is filled with dark and gloomy soft sculpture installations, courtesy of Mary Grisey: What Remains of the Ephemeral? 2014 15′ x 6′ Hand-dyed sisal, cotton and wool Site-specific installation in the back courtyard of p|m Gallery in

/ One Comment

Inspiration Board: Elaine Reichek

For your Monday afternoon inspiration, check out the amazing feminist artist Elaine Reichek.  

/ No comments

Inspiration Board: Elaine Reichek

For your Monday afternoon inspiration, check out the amazing feminist artist Elaine Reichek.  

/ No comments

Ambrym: Creative, Organic, and Made in France

Ambrym is an amazing French based brand, named after an island in the south pacific where the artist, Gabrielle, grew up. The aim is to create the world of the humanist, poetic urban tribe, with roots growing from places such

/ No comments

Ambrym: Creative, Organic, and Made in France

Ambrym is an amazing French based brand, named after an island in the south pacific where the artist, Gabrielle, grew up. The aim is to create the world of the humanist, poetic urban tribe, with roots growing from places such

/ No comments

Artist Highlight: Wendy Wallin Malinow

I have always been so incredibly in love with paper. Paper making, printmaking, paper embroidery, and paper cuts. When I discovered Wendy Wallin Malinow’s papercuts, I was even more inspired to try some of my own! How incredible… Her work

/ No comments

Artist Highlight: Wendy Wallin Malinow

I have always been so incredibly in love with paper. Paper making, printmaking, paper embroidery, and paper cuts. When I discovered Wendy Wallin Malinow’s papercuts, I was even more inspired to try some of my own! How incredible… Her work

/ No comments

Sabrina Gschwandtner: Sunshine and Shadow

Sabrina Gschwandtner: “Sunshine and Shadow” opening this Friday, May 17th 6-9pm! If you are in Philadelphia this weekend, be sure to check out the Philadelphia Art Alliance for the first solo exhibit of Sabrina Gschwandtner! “Sunshine and Shadow,” May 17-August 18,2013, is

/ No comments

Sabrina Gschwandtner: Sunshine and Shadow

Sabrina Gschwandtner: “Sunshine and Shadow” opening this Friday, May 17th 6-9pm! If you are in Philadelphia this weekend, be sure to check out the Philadelphia Art Alliance for the first solo exhibit of Sabrina Gschwandtner! “Sunshine and Shadow,” May 17-August 18,2013, is

/ No comments

Artist Highlights: Allison Watkins

After spending all of last week in wonderful San Francisco, I thought it would be appropriate to highlight a working San Franciscan fiber artist. There are many, but I wanted to highlight some of the recent work of Allison Watkins.

/ No comments

Artist Highlights: Allison Watkins

After spending all of last week in wonderful San Francisco, I thought it would be appropriate to highlight a working San Franciscan fiber artist. There are many, but I wanted to highlight some of the recent work of Allison Watkins.

/ No comments