Posts Tagged 'screenprinting'

AIR Interview: Martha Skou

Martha Skou, one of our AIR cycle 8 residents, is a multimedia artist who has been combining the worlds of visual art and sound. Looking to old printing techniques, she creates a visual poetry using burnouts, silk screen printing, and

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AIR Interview: Martha Skou

Martha Skou, one of our AIR cycle 8 residents, is a multimedia artist who has been combining the worlds of visual art and sound. Looking to old printing techniques, she creates a visual poetry using burnouts, silk screen printing, and

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AIR Interview: Vien Le Wood

Vien Le Wood, one of our AIR Cycle 8 residents, has been experimenting with unexpected materials to create intricate and multi-layered work. Combining her past as an embellishment designer and her love of exploring new techniques, has brought her to

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AIR Interview: Vien Le Wood

Vien Le Wood, one of our AIR Cycle 8 residents, has been experimenting with unexpected materials to create intricate and multi-layered work. Combining her past as an embellishment designer and her love of exploring new techniques, has brought her to

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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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Inspiration Board: Minerals + Gems

I’m always at awe with with the diversity of patterns and color combinations that Nature offers. But literally my jaw dropped when I saw the images of an abandoned Russian salt mine that were circulating on the web a few

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Inspiration Board: Minerals + Gems

I’m always at awe with with the diversity of patterns and color combinations that Nature offers. But literally my jaw dropped when I saw the images of an abandoned Russian salt mine that were circulating on the web a few

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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

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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

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Artist in Residence: Eleanor Anderson

For the past eight months, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside fellow artist in residence, Eleanor Anderson.  Eleanor is a textile artist, printmaker, illustrator, bookbinder, surface designer, and all around talented lady. We took a break from studio work

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Artist in Residence: Eleanor Anderson

For the past eight months, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside fellow artist in residence, Eleanor Anderson.  Eleanor is a textile artist, printmaker, illustrator, bookbinder, surface designer, and all around talented lady. We took a break from studio work

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Fashion Lab in Process

Yesterday, Isa and I had a very nice ending to a day of bad news. We headed up to the American Folk Art Museum for the Fashion Lab in Process panel discussion “Re-Made in America” moderated by Daria Dorosh and

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Fashion Lab in Process

Yesterday, Isa and I had a very nice ending to a day of bad news. We headed up to the American Folk Art Museum for the Fashion Lab in Process panel discussion “Re-Made in America” moderated by Daria Dorosh and

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