A short video about my work in my atelier. A perfect representation of my work in knitwear and textile by Thomas Granovsky. Une immersion dans mon atelier. Une parfaite représentation de mon travail autour de la maille et du textile et de mon univers par Thomas Granovsky.
Adero Willard, "A passion for color and pattern is what fuels my work as an artist. A love of clay grounds me in my work as a potter. I derive meaning from textile design, whether metaphoric or functional, fabric as a layer is essential to the ideas behind the work I make. It is as much a desire to make beautiful, useful things as it is a commitment to nurture a love of the arts and of the handmade in myself and others."
Instill - Material Matters 2014 - crafthaus INSTILL- material matters offers an opportunity to experience the recent works by MA postgraduates from The School of Jewellery at Birmingham City University, one of the most important and internationally renowned contemporary jewelry programs in Europe. http://crafthaus.ning.com/group/instill-material-matters-2014
Poppies by Michelle Mischkulnig (Chelle Textiles, Australia) "My work is an expression of my life, my life full of happiness, joy, a beautiful family, good friends and laughter. My inspiration comes from warm winter sun, the sound of the ocean, darting dragonflies, places I have been, family holidays, first spring gardens and everyday life" - [someone else's caption]
Home of Elvis Robertson - Lovely Textiles blogger. Floor installation by Richard Woods. Window Installation by Elvis Robertson. Windows: intricately hand cut suede which is attached to a sheer organza. The pieces (work in progress) will flow into each other to form a large image. (lovely textiles: my work. March 15, 2011)
Carol Kroll, "My work literally and figuratively begins as a seed. I combine my passion for art and love of gardening by growing gourds and using them as my eco friendly and sustainable art medium. A background in textile design influences my work with gourds. As a textile designer, I discovered that many of the patterns I used for fabric design were fashioned after the fractal patterns repeated throughout nature. This continues to inspire my work."