Textile sculpture

Elevate your home decor with unique textile sculptures that add texture and visual interest to any space. Explore top ideas to find the perfect textile sculpture for your style.
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From December through January, I was invited to participate in an exhibition at the Mills Gallery with 8 other artists from my studio building. The show was a bit unusual as it meant to show the creative process of each artist instead of finished work. I was reluctant to participate at first; I thought that one can be in a rather vulnerable place when creating and to put yourself on the public square at that time could be a bit scary and inhibiting. On the other hand, Debra Olin, who curated…

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paper&Zhang
PaperArtsy: 2017 Topic 18: Torn,Ripped and Burnt {Intro and challenge} Sketchbook Pages, Art, Collage, Doodle, Collage Art, Photography Sketchbook, Art Journal Inspiration, Sketchbook Inspiration, Sketchbook Layout

2017 Topic 18: Torn, Ripped and Burnt Scrapperia Welcome to a new topic everyone, Darcy here to talk about our latest theme. This fortnight we will be looking at ways to distress art work in very specific ways, using tearing, ripping and burning. Before we start, let's see who won the Topic 17: Shades of White Challenge... The winner is: Gail from Crafty Nomad Email Darcy to claim your prize. Darcydotneedles@gmail.com As is often the case, the techniques we use in our art stem from ancient…

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Carmen Isabel
Chilean textile artist Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia creates thoughtfully composed arrangements of hand-sewn fabric balls, producing texture and depth by grouping together dozens of differently sized and shaped spheres. Appearing almost like organic growths, her works seem to be transforming before yo Fibre Art, Crafts, Textile Art, Textile Sculpture, Textile Art Embroidery, Fabric Art, Mixed Media Textile Art, Textiles Artwork, Fiber Art

Chilean textile artist Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia creates thoughtfully composed arrangements of hand-sewn fabric balls, producing texture and depth by grouping together dozens of differently sized and shaped spheres. Appearing almost like organic growths, her works seem to be transforming before your eyes, which makes sense when you consider her fascination with accumulation and chaos. You can see more of Venezia’s smaller works and large-scale installations on her website. (via The Jealous…

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Linda Harvey