Posts Tagged 'drawing'

August Fiber Art Picks!

Artist Unidentified Spider Web Quilt, 1920’s Cotton 73 x 65 inches Photo by Gavin Ashworth Courtesy of the Museum Wall Power! Quilts from the Karen and Werner Gundersheimer Gift Curated by Stacy C. Hollander August 6 – September 1, 2019

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August Fiber Art Picks!

Artist Unidentified Spider Web Quilt, 1920’s Cotton 73 x 65 inches Photo by Gavin Ashworth Courtesy of the Museum Wall Power! Quilts from the Karen and Werner Gundersheimer Gift Curated by Stacy C. Hollander August 6 – September 1, 2019

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AIR Interview: Iris Plaitakis

Iris Plaitakis lives and works in Athens, Greece, and has exhibited her collage and drawing work around the world. She recently relocated to New York to be a resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program, and today we’re excited to learn about

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AIR Interview: Iris Plaitakis

Iris Plaitakis lives and works in Athens, Greece, and has exhibited her collage and drawing work around the world. She recently relocated to New York to be a resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program, and today we’re excited to learn about

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AIR6 Drawing Marathon

The artists of AIR cycle 6 recently participated in an all-weekend, intensive drawing marathon. Having spent many childhood summers away at camp, I nostalgically anticipated this immersive experience for weeks. The marathon was a way to get to know one other,

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AIR6 Drawing Marathon

The artists of AIR cycle 6 recently participated in an all-weekend, intensive drawing marathon. Having spent many childhood summers away at camp, I nostalgically anticipated this immersive experience for weeks. The marathon was a way to get to know one other,

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Thread Lines: Drawing Beyond Pen and Paper

For many people, the word “drawing” is closely associated with pencil markings and ink renderings, but how is a drawing defined by a textile artist? Thread Lines, the latest show at The Drawing Center in NYC, has some pretty remarkable answers

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Thread Lines: Drawing Beyond Pen and Paper

For many people, the word “drawing” is closely associated with pencil markings and ink renderings, but how is a drawing defined by a textile artist? Thread Lines, the latest show at The Drawing Center in NYC, has some pretty remarkable answers

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Drawings in Wood + Cotton: Opening May 22, TAC Manhattan

As we get ready for Spring and the relaunch of our entire website and retail shop (July!), artists Francesca Capone and Elise McMahon will take over the Manhattan store with their latest collaborative exhibition: Drawings in Wood + Cotton Join

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Drawings in Wood + Cotton: Opening May 22, TAC Manhattan

As we get ready for Spring and the relaunch of our entire website and retail shop (July!), artists Francesca Capone and Elise McMahon will take over the Manhattan store with their latest collaborative exhibition: Drawings in Wood + Cotton Join

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Eleanor Anderson – Sketchbook

For many artists, The sketchbook is central to their practice. A sketchbook is a great place to map out ideas, write, and draw. Sketchbooks however, are far from limited to ink and graphite. Many view their sketchbooks as portable studios with

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Eleanor Anderson – Sketchbook

For many artists, The sketchbook is central to their practice. A sketchbook is a great place to map out ideas, write, and draw. Sketchbooks however, are far from limited to ink and graphite. Many view their sketchbooks as portable studios with

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Anne Lindberg: Drawn Pink

If you’re in the Omaha, Nebraska area from now until March 31st go check out the current exhibit Placemakers at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art. There you’ll find the piece drawn pink (2012) by artist Anne Lindberg, a 40 foot installation made

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Anne Lindberg: Drawn Pink

If you’re in the Omaha, Nebraska area from now until March 31st go check out the current exhibit Placemakers at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art. There you’ll find the piece drawn pink (2012) by artist Anne Lindberg, a 40 foot installation made

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Daniel Horowitz: Drawing of the Day

Daniel Horowitz is seriously great. This Brooklyn-based illustrator not only is extremely talented in what he does, but he manages to remain creative 365 days out of the year. That is a lot of creativity! He proposed a challenge for

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Daniel Horowitz: Drawing of the Day

Daniel Horowitz is seriously great. This Brooklyn-based illustrator not only is extremely talented in what he does, but he manages to remain creative 365 days out of the year. That is a lot of creativity! He proposed a challenge for

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Artist Highlight: P. Nosa

P. Nosa travels around the country with his Solar Sewing Rover,  a solar and bicycle powered sewing machine, that he uses to make incredible drawings. In one of his projects, he’d ask people to describe scenarios and situations in “five

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Artist Highlight: P. Nosa

P. Nosa travels around the country with his Solar Sewing Rover,  a solar and bicycle powered sewing machine, that he uses to make incredible drawings. In one of his projects, he’d ask people to describe scenarios and situations in “five

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Drawing with Thread

Last Friday I went to MoMA. I haven’t been there in a while and there’re a couple of exhibitions I wanted to see, like  the exhibition “On Line: Drawing Through the Twentieth Century”. Julie Mehretu. Rising Down. 2008. Ink and acrylic

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Drawing with Thread

Last Friday I went to MoMA. I haven’t been there in a while and there’re a couple of exhibitions I wanted to see, like  the exhibition “On Line: Drawing Through the Twentieth Century”. Julie Mehretu. Rising Down. 2008. Ink and acrylic

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