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Textile artists have long been inspired by nature, but there’s something unique about the levels to which Julia van den Bosch infuses ..read more
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After hours and hours working on a piece of textile artwork, it is finished at last. You’re tired, but exhilarated. Then you take ..read more
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What better canvas for expressing messages about politics and social narrative through vividly illustrated textile art than the Japanese ..read more
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American photographer Paul Caponigro said “It’s one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, and it’s another thing to ..read more
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From delicately stitched underground railway maps to beautiful artworks created from layered vintage lace and embroideries, Heidi ..read more
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Like many artists, Michelle Holmes is inspired by her love of the natural world. Michelle’s stitched drawings onto cloth are informed by ..read more
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Have you ever stood in an art exhibition, just absorbing the meaning and purpose of a piece? Well, for Melanie Kay, expressing meaning ..read more
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Marianne Crosslé grew up in rural Northern Ireland and always thought she would have a career in art. As a teenager, she applied to the ..read more
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Many of us were taught it’s impolite to stare at people, especially those who are ‘different.’ But you won’t be able to stop ..read more
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Greg Climer’s pixelated quilts are captivating, colourful portraits enabled through the use of technology, which he uses to augment a ..read more

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