Posts Tagged 'craft in america'

Interview with Textile Sculptor Gabriella Loeb

Written by guest blogger Wilma Tesch portrait of the artist Florida born, Colorado raised Gabriella Loeb is a New York-based sculptor with a background in fashion from FIT in New York and textiles from Konstfack; Stockholm University of Arts, Craft,

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Interview with Textile Sculptor Gabriella Loeb

Written by guest blogger Wilma Tesch portrait of the artist Florida born, Colorado raised Gabriella Loeb is a New York-based sculptor with a background in fashion from FIT in New York and textiles from Konstfack; Stockholm University of Arts, Craft,

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Quill Embroidery

  This week, while visiting the Smithsonian’s national museum of the American Indian, I came across some examples of embroidery using porcupine quills. Quills are the oldest known form of Native American Embroidery, flourishing until the 18th century when glass

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Quill Embroidery

  This week, while visiting the Smithsonian’s national museum of the American Indian, I came across some examples of embroidery using porcupine quills. Quills are the oldest known form of Native American Embroidery, flourishing until the 18th century when glass

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Thread and Roses: Movie Night

I am using part of my time while a resident artist at TAC this spring to explore the multitude of ways in which artists/designers/crafters use our processes of making textiles to engage in social change (part of my masters thesis

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Thread and Roses: Movie Night

I am using part of my time while a resident artist at TAC this spring to explore the multitude of ways in which artists/designers/crafters use our processes of making textiles to engage in social change (part of my masters thesis

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