Posts Tagged 'inspiration board'

Modern Tapestry: Erin M Riley

Whenever I look at a work of handwoven art, my heart sings. Seeing or touching something that has been worked so hard by hand is an amazing sensation; the intimate interaction between the weaver and his or her handwoven textile

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Modern Tapestry: Erin M Riley

Whenever I look at a work of handwoven art, my heart sings. Seeing or touching something that has been worked so hard by hand is an amazing sensation; the intimate interaction between the weaver and his or her handwoven textile

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Monday Morning Inspiration: Eva Hesse

One of my all time favorite artists is Eva Hesse, though I am quite sure I am not alone. Lately I have been experimenting with textiles and the forms they can create, fluid or unchangeable. I thought, this morning, it

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Monday Morning Inspiration: Eva Hesse

One of my all time favorite artists is Eva Hesse, though I am quite sure I am not alone. Lately I have been experimenting with textiles and the forms they can create, fluid or unchangeable. I thought, this morning, it

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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

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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

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Inspiration Board: Elaine Reichek

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

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Inspiration Board: Elaine Reichek

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

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What Inspires You?

It’s a slow rainy day here in New York, and I can’t help but feel a little lethargic and, quite frankly, uninspired to create much. Well! dash those uninspired flames, and here are some things that are on my mood/inspiration

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What Inspires You?

It’s a slow rainy day here in New York, and I can’t help but feel a little lethargic and, quite frankly, uninspired to create much. Well! dash those uninspired flames, and here are some things that are on my mood/inspiration

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Sewing Seeds Website NOW LIVE!

It is with great joy that we here at Sewing Seeds would like to share the updated website. Our mission to provide the community with educational information on natural dyes is coming together.  New information will be added frequently and

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Sewing Seeds Website NOW LIVE!

It is with great joy that we here at Sewing Seeds would like to share the updated website. Our mission to provide the community with educational information on natural dyes is coming together.  New information will be added frequently and

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Shibori Artist and Quilting Extrodinaire: Jan Myers-Newbury

After reading about the many Japanese Shibori techniques, I have become enamored with the works of Jan Myers-Newbury. Out of Pittsburgh, Jan mainly works with Arashi Shibori on cellulosic fabrics and of these, she creates beautiful quilts, born in many

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Shibori Artist and Quilting Extrodinaire: Jan Myers-Newbury

After reading about the many Japanese Shibori techniques, I have become enamored with the works of Jan Myers-Newbury. Out of Pittsburgh, Jan mainly works with Arashi Shibori on cellulosic fabrics and of these, she creates beautiful quilts, born in many

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