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Kate Anderson Fibre Art

Kate Anderson Fibre Art

Kate Anderson is American fibre artist and she makes amazingly creative and funny objects/teapots. Her work is not just amusement – technically, she make it to perfection. Kate graduated painting from Webster University (St. Louis, MO) and later she took knotting course with Jane Sauer, Craft Alliance (St. Louis, MO).

Maximo Laura’s Tapestries

Maximo Laura’s Tapestries

Máximo Laura born in Ayacucho, Peru in 1959. Textile Artist of self-taught formation. He has presented 68 solo exhibitions and participated in several group in Peru and abroad since 1985. His works have been exhibited in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, United States, Spain, France, Finland, Latvia, Germany, China, and Japan among others.

Michala Gyetvai’s Textile Art

Michala Gyetvai’s Textile Art

Perhaps it is the less formal aspects of art education that have the most
profound long term implications for creativity, for much of Michala’s work is rooted in her childhood experiences of  rural Northamptonshire, and above all in play. She recalls her childhood playing in the fields, woods and park, collecting raw material from the landscape, pulling shreds of wool from barbed wire fences, weaving with grass and twigs, building dens and climbing into the stacked logs of the felled elm trees that once lined the roads.

Set of Coasters

Set of Coasters

Make this fun set of fruit-themed coasters using plain white ceramic bathroom or kitchen tiles. All four coasters require the same techniques – it is just the design that changes. You can always add more designs if you like to have a set of six or eight coasters, but we can advise you to stick to simple shapes and designs or just repeat those shown in this article.

Lesley Richmond’s textile art

Lesley Richmond’s textile art

Lesley Richmond was born in Cornwall, England. Lesley now lives in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She received her art teachers training in London, England and her MEd in the USA. She taught in the textile arts program at Capilano University, Vancouver, Canada to 2003 while continuing her practice as a studio artist. Lesley now works full time in her studio.

Button-silhouette art

Button-silhouette art

Making a button -silhouette art can be a time consuming process (especially is you decide to make a piece of large size), but it gives a great pleasure as the final result. Depending of the idea, the topic and style, you are able to create a wonderful wall decoration that may be a perfect present for any occasion.

Gudrun Sjödén Design Unique Rugs

Gudrun Sjödén Design Unique Rugs

Gudrun Sjödén Design was founded in 1976. Head Office is situated in Stockholm, Sweden. The company sells its collection through its own concept boutiques, catalogues and webshop mainly to customers in Scandinavia, central Europe, Germany and the UK.

Pretty Christmas Napkins

Pretty Christmas Napkins

These floral Christmas napkins will brighten up your table no end – and they don’t have to match. It is floral, funny and refreshing. You can also create place-name cards by sticking patterned masking tape to a folded piece of card and writing on each guest’s name.

Karen Kamenetzky: From Science to Fibre Art

Karen Kamenetzky: From Science to Fibre Art

American fibre artist Karen Kamenetzky believes that all change happens on an infinitesimal level and results in the world we experience everyday. Kamenetzky creates a kind of invented biology, zooming in on that fundamental nature of things and bringing it into vision. She works loosely from sketches but each piece travels a route of evolution and change.

Decorating Textile Garments and Accesories

Decorating Textile Garments and Accesories

Clothes that you once loved but have since become tired of can be given a new lease of life at little expense with new and exciting decorative treatment. The same is true of newly bought items. Plain ties, scarves and tee-shirts can all be transformed from standard items into unique pieces with the addition of a little paint or dye.