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Cat Mazza. Yann GERSTBERGER. Born in Cagnes sur Mer, France in 1983.

Yann GERSTBERGER

Lives and works in Mexico City. 2007 DNSEP (MA) Beaux Arts de Marseille 2005 DNAP (BA) Beaux Arts de Nantes Solo Exhibitions. Flags For The Forgotten. Caroline wells chandler. JAZMIN BERAKHA. Main : Alexandra Kehayoglou. Rebeccalevi. Chiachio&Giannone. Calaverita - Hand embroidery with cotton thread and jewerly effect on fabric Alexander Henry© 1,10 x 1,40 mts.

Chiachio&Giannone

Calaverita - Detail. Sheila Pepe. HOME : L.J. Roberts. Home. Liz Collins. JESSE HARROD. Heidi Kennedy Skjerve. Lyd-plan I Ink 35x35cm 2014 engelsk På en kirkegård i København finnes følgende innskrift på en gravstøtte: “…fordi du var så bølgestærk”.

Heidi Kennedy Skjerve

Heidi Kennedy Skjerve. Anna Virnich. Www.streyl.net. Elaine Reichek: Home. Mary Grisey. Terry Boyd, Artist - Eben Demarest Trust Award Winner & Emerging Artist of the Year 2013 & 2014 Nominee. Lauren Hartman. Ben Venom. Now in Copenhagen: Petrolina, part 2, solo show @ Last Resort Gallery. A woman's work is never done text — ELIZA BENNETT. ' A Woman's Work Is Never Done – flesh/ thread A series of photographic works titled 'A Woman's Work is Never Done' Using my own hand as a base material, I considered it a canvas upon which I stitched into the top layer of skin using thread to create the appearance of an incredibly work worn hand.

A woman's work is never done text — ELIZA BENNETT

Artist & Designer. Casey Kaplan. Chiharu Shiota. GERMAINE KOH. Joyce & Judith Scott. Diane Meyer Photography and Recent Work. Home. Rosemarie Trockel - Skarstedt Gallery. Skarstedt Fine Art is pleased to present an exhibition of knitted works by Rosemarie Trockel.

Rosemarie Trockel - Skarstedt Gallery

Trockel began making knitted works in 1985 when knitting was relegated to an inferior status in art. She sought to answer two questions: first, what was so embarrassing to women about wool and knitting, was it the way that the material was handled or the material itself; furthermore, could a handicraft ever qualify as art outside of its reference to "women's art"?

By using wool Trockel is able to answer these questions while simultaneously posing her own questions about the status of art making through her content. The wool works are industrially produced with computer assistance to the specifications of the artist. The works typically contain a repetitive pattern of logos such as the playboy bunny, the hammer and sickle, the swastika, the plus-minus signs, and the wool mark. For further information please contact the gallery at 212-737-2060 or info@skarstedt.com. Kindahkhalidy.com. Hanan Sharifa. Lace Works by April Dauscha. Artist April Dauscha uses the human body to investigate the ideas of morality, mourning and mortification.

Lace Works by April Dauscha

She creates intriguing artworks by wrapping her tongue, her mouth or her eyes in delicate lace works, exploring topics such as transformation, reconciliation and communication through dress. She states: "My making focuses on feminine objects and materials. Lace, veils, undergarments and hair adornment speak not only of womanhood, but also of the duality of human nature.

Lace speaks of purity and sexuality, it reveals and conceals, it is humble, yet gluttonous in its ornamental overindulgence; lace is the ultimate dichotomy. I use it as a potent symbol to represent the duality of body and soul, right and wrong, good and evil. " All images © April Dauscha. Presenting Patterns. Low stock Product description Great Scot!

Presenting Patterns

The WATG Lula Hoop has turned Scottish. Woven. Souls Grown Deep Foundation. The women of Gee’s Bend—a small, remote, black community in Alabama—have created hundreds of quilt masterpieces dating from the early twentieth century to the present.

Souls Grown Deep Foundation

Resembling an inland island, Gee’s Bend is surrounded on three sides by the Alabama River. The seven hundred or so inhabitants of this small, rural community are mostly descendants of slaves, and for generations they worked the fields belonging to the local Pettway plantation. Quiltmakers there have produced countless patchwork masterpieces beginning as far back as the mid-nineteenth century, with the oldest existing examples dating from the 1920s. Enlivened by a visual imagination that extends the expressive boundaries of the quilt genre, these astounding creations constitute a crucial chapter in the history of African American art.

Ana teresa barboza. La technique du tissage au crochet. Sur une grille de couleur mauve, faire des rayures verticales bicolores violettes et vertes au point de chainette.

La technique du tissage au crochet

En laissant le fil sous l'ouvrage crocheter : 1ere colonne :1mc en violet dans la 1ere ml de la grille, 1ml et 1mc dans la chainette suivante, 1ml, continuer ainsi jusqu'à la fin de la colonne et arrêter le fil.2eme colonne : 1mc en vert dans la 2eme ml de la grille, 1ml et 1mc dans la chainette suivante, 1ml, continuer ainsi jusqu'à la fin de la colonne et arrêter le fil. Recommencer au 1er rang. Films. Marie Noelle FONTAN - Tissage - Art Textile. Kayla Mattes → Home. BEA CAMACHO.

Hannah Waldron - Artist and designer. Le Petit Manuel - Travaux manuels et loisirs créatifs pour enfants de 2 à 12 ans. Comment recycler ses vieux T-Shirts tout en s'amusant ?

Le Petit Manuel - Travaux manuels et loisirs créatifs pour enfants de 2 à 12 ans

Facile ! En en faisant du fil à tisser, tricoter, faire du crochet. C'est vraiment simple et génial pour apprendre à se dégourdir les petits doigts. On commence par étendre le T-Shirt sur une table de travail et couper le haut (de manche à manche) et le bas (le long de la couture), pour ne garder que la partie "ventrale" exploitable. Iris kettner. Marian Bijlenga. Pippa Andrews. Agata Olek. NAVA LUBELSKI. Gabriel Dawe. PLEXUS And PAIN By Gabriel Dawe. Gabriel Dawe, Plexus No.19photo © Gabriel Dawe A material which is as light and as delicate as a thread, takes on a new dimension in the hands of the Mexico born, Texas based artist Gabriel Dawe. Gabriel Dawe: Plexus no. 10.