Busacca Gallery – Metamorphosis Landscape Abstraction By Julie B. Montgomery

See on Scoop.it – Specialist Project Metamorphosis Landscape Abstraction By Julie B. Montgomery – Metamorphosis Landscape Abstraction by Julie B. Montgomery comes from the series, Metamorphosis. Rebecca Woodworth‘s insight: I think this abstract… Continue reading

Permalink

According to textile artist Maxine Bristow, ‘the laborious working of row upon on row  of stitching, the hand turning of buttonholes and cracking of gesso-encrusted cloth [-] every centimetre of the surface within… Continue reading

Priscilla Jones

See on Scoop.it – Research Project for FMP I looked at these images of Priscilla Jones’s work not for the subject matter or the colours but for the way she has used stitch… Continue reading

My Stuff

See on Scoop.it – Research Project for FMP See on madebycaroline.blogspot.co.uk Some of the work on this blog is inspired by Boro pieces.  I’m really interested in the way colour has been applied… Continue reading

Baumcat

See on Scoop.it – Research Project for FMP See on baumcat.blogspot.co.uk

Lyric Art: Work in Progress: Rockstar Boro

See on Scoop.it – Research Project for FMP See on lyrickinard.blogspot.co.uk On this blog Lyric is using the Boro principle of recycling and reusing worn out items and using careful placements is creating… Continue reading

In Defense of Mending |

See on Scoop.it – Research Project for FMP Mending is a lifestyle choice See on textileartscenterblog.com

artconnections | profile

See on Scoop.it – Research Project for FMP Artist Profile: Annette Jeffery Cloth has had a profound influence on our personal social, and cultural life and it is to this complex relationshithat I… Continue reading

Antique Japanese Sashiko Jacket

See on Scoop.it – Research Project for FMP clothing designed by toshiko imaizumi based upon boro but she has used the principle of boro and taken her inspiration from a high mountain waterfall.… Continue reading

Inked up samples

Well .. I inked up my samples and it didn’t really go to plan because I hadn’t factored in the reflection of the impression.  When I printed from the inked up samples the… Continue reading