Posts Tagged 'thread'

An Interview with Artist and Writer Emmalea Russo

Emmalea Russo is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Using sculpture, installation, and text, she makes process-based works about voluntary and involuntary actions, the central nervous system, and repetitive tasks. She is the author of they (Gauss PDF, 2014), CLEAR1NG (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), and book

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An Interview with Artist and Writer Emmalea Russo

Emmalea Russo is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Using sculpture, installation, and text, she makes process-based works about voluntary and involuntary actions, the central nervous system, and repetitive tasks. She is the author of they (Gauss PDF, 2014), CLEAR1NG (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), and book

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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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Opening Tonight! Clay McLaurin: “Embroidered Curiosities”

Join us tonight for the Opening Reception + Artist Talk of “Embroidered Curiosities” by Clay McLaurin 505 Carroll Street, Studio 2B Show Dates: Feb 10 – April 24 Opening: Feb 10, 7-9PM RSVP@textileartscenter.com  

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Opening Tonight! Clay McLaurin: “Embroidered Curiosities”

Join us tonight for the Opening Reception + Artist Talk of “Embroidered Curiosities” by Clay McLaurin 505 Carroll Street, Studio 2B Show Dates: Feb 10 – April 24 Opening: Feb 10, 7-9PM RSVP@textileartscenter.com  

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Artist Highlight: Amanda McCavour

I am constantly curious and amazed at the dichotomy that all fiber arts can have; both their fragility and strength. This idea is explored beautifully in the works of Amanda McCavour. She uses a technique of sewing on dissolvable fabric,

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Artist Highlight: Amanda McCavour

I am constantly curious and amazed at the dichotomy that all fiber arts can have; both their fragility and strength. This idea is explored beautifully in the works of Amanda McCavour. She uses a technique of sewing on dissolvable fabric,

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Whistle While You Weave

I recently moved to this amazingly great city from Sydney, Australia with big dreams and high ideals about what the big apple had to offer me. As a relatively young textile designer, I was keen to get in amongst it

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Whistle While You Weave

I recently moved to this amazingly great city from Sydney, Australia with big dreams and high ideals about what the big apple had to offer me. As a relatively young textile designer, I was keen to get in amongst it

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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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I’d like to be linen

It’s a quiet day here, getting things ready for the 3rd Ward Holiday Fair and finishing up stuff before Isa and I go to Peru (!) So, some quiet inspiration: Courtesy Benoit Millot and Fonda Lashay for the link

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I’d like to be linen

It’s a quiet day here, getting things ready for the 3rd Ward Holiday Fair and finishing up stuff before Isa and I go to Peru (!) So, some quiet inspiration: Courtesy Benoit Millot and Fonda Lashay for the link

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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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