heARTbeat: Bryan Nash Gill's Woodprints Leave an Impression
Bryan Nash Gill's woodcuts reveal the unique characteristics of once-living trees. His works on paper breathe life into the map of a tree's existence.
Juxtapoz Magazine - Bio Junk: An Interview with Crystal Wagner
Crystal Wagner is an installation artist whose massive, immersive universes bring on sensations of space junk, organic matter, waves, forested enclosu...
Heather Komus of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada ****
Winnipeg mixed-media artist, Heather Komus draws from various areas of biology including, microbiology, entomology, plant science, geology and paleo-geology in her art making. Heather uses embroidery as a drawing tool, which she uses on handmade paper, pig intestine and dried squid. She also uses these materials to sculpt and incorporates hair, snakeskin and various found materials into her work.
Info/Photos for Workshops — Leisa Rich
Leisa Rich is a fiber sculptor and mixed media visual artist, art educator, published writer, experimenter. She specializes in Free Motion machine embroidery.
Art in nature
-Hannah Streefkerk- 207-On the trees around Borås museum I connected patches with crocheted and embroidered lichen. The lichen are made from all kind of yarns. The work was part of the exhibition Letter to my dear
Silk Sculptures by Lisa Kellner - Today in Art
I first featured Lisa Kellner’s art work last year when I saw her amazing quilting pin installations. Lisa recently informed me that she is currently showing “Suspended Presence” at the Urban Art Institute in Grand Rapids Michigan. So I checked out her website again and found some wonderful sculptures that I had to feature. I... Read more »
The Magical Beauty Of Mushrooms Captured By Jill Bliss In 42 Colorful Photos
Using a wide assortment of the beautifully vibrant wild fungi she finds, artist Jill Bliss turns them into stunning arrangements and photographs them for a project she calls Nature Medleys.
Sediment Sampling by Karin Lehmann
What might appear to be an arrangement of abruptly smashed clay pots, reveals itself on closer inspection, as a surprisingly slow-moving, gentle decay of material in Karin Lehmann’s standout installation.
Katie E. MacGillivary | Botanical Art, Paintings, Watercolors and Illustrations
An Art Gallery of Botanical Artists and Illustrators with portfolios of their paintings, drawings and artwork. The artworks are for sale or created on commision.
The Experimental Textiles End of Year Show at the NEC March 20 - 23
Tucked away in one of Mary's work book was this beautiful sampler of textures. The Experimental Textiles End of Year Show wen...