Posts Tagged 'nature'

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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Get Out of Town! A Weekend of Wool + Color

I met Sarah Ryhanen of SAIPUA back in February, when she visited Oaxaca to further explore plant intelligence, sensitivity and the paranormal. As a well-known soap and flora aficionado, with a 100-acre farm upstate and gorgeous studio in Red Hook,

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Get Out of Town! A Weekend of Wool + Color

I met Sarah Ryhanen of SAIPUA back in February, when she visited Oaxaca to further explore plant intelligence, sensitivity and the paranormal. As a well-known soap and flora aficionado, with a 100-acre farm upstate and gorgeous studio in Red Hook,

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AIR Interview: Alex Goldberg

The other day, I was sitting in the TAC library as a group of young students came pouring into the Oak Knit studio for an afternoon class. Several of them skipped, danced and ran between the two long tufted ropes

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AIR Interview: Alex Goldberg

The other day, I was sitting in the TAC library as a group of young students came pouring into the Oak Knit studio for an afternoon class. Several of them skipped, danced and ran between the two long tufted ropes

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Sewing Seeds Residency 2014 – Call for Artists

Sewing Seeds’ Residency takes place during the month of August at the Textile Arts Center, in Brooklyn. During one month, the selected artist will work towards the creation of a project to be displayed outdoors, integrating natural dyes, community and urban

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Sewing Seeds Residency 2014 – Call for Artists

Sewing Seeds’ Residency takes place during the month of August at the Textile Arts Center, in Brooklyn. During one month, the selected artist will work towards the creation of a project to be displayed outdoors, integrating natural dyes, community and urban

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Staff Picks: Natural Dyeing with Local Plants

After a looong day of TAC Summer Camp, Sewing Seeds natural dyers Isa and Nicole asked me to drive them just a few blocks away to cart a large tree branch back to the studio before going home.  It was

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Staff Picks: Natural Dyeing with Local Plants

After a looong day of TAC Summer Camp, Sewing Seeds natural dyers Isa and Nicole asked me to drive them just a few blocks away to cart a large tree branch back to the studio before going home.  It was

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Perspective

Collected Trash by Tim Nobel & Sue Webster There are a lot of eco-friendly products out there, some you can even create yourself. Sometimes I find myself speechless when I come across creative genius.  You know, when you stare at

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Perspective

Collected Trash by Tim Nobel & Sue Webster There are a lot of eco-friendly products out there, some you can even create yourself. Sometimes I find myself speechless when I come across creative genius.  You know, when you stare at

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| By You | 7 Simple Ideas To “Green Up” Your Wedding

The Textile Arts Center has decided to take a grand turn of events in the way the blog is being run.  Now Friday’s are dedicated to post ideas submitted by you, our loyal reader, and cleverly called | By You

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| By You | 7 Simple Ideas To “Green Up” Your Wedding

The Textile Arts Center has decided to take a grand turn of events in the way the blog is being run.  Now Friday’s are dedicated to post ideas submitted by you, our loyal reader, and cleverly called | By You

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Sebastien Preschoux

Let’s get back to the basics shall we? Textile arts is all about using threads and bringing them together to make cloth, thus that thread ultimately becomes a part of a larger object. I first saw a thread installation at

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Sebastien Preschoux

Let’s get back to the basics shall we? Textile arts is all about using threads and bringing them together to make cloth, thus that thread ultimately becomes a part of a larger object. I first saw a thread installation at

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