More work that I liked at Fiberart International, where dense machine stitching was quite the thing. First, three that were stitched onto a fabric base. Interesting that the first one lies perfectly flat, the second is deliberately distorted by the stitching into 3-D, but the third seems as though it ripples and bulges more by accident than by design.
Ann Graham, City Square (detail below)
Susan Hotchkis, Once (detail below)
Gwen Lowery, Lightning (detail below)
Next, two stitched onto a disappearing solvy base, but looking like they are stitched onto air.
Kimber Olson, Community Center
Apologies that my point-and-shoot camera couldn't focus on this image. The detail show below gives you a much better idea of the wispy texture.
I've been doing daily art for a long time, and everything since 2010 is documented in my other blog. This year it's calligraphy. Click on the photo to check it out.
I make abstract art -- usually with a needle but sometimes with a pen, brush or camera, scissors and glue, pliers and wirecutters, whatever is there. I have a husband, two sons, seven sewing machines, a big messy studio and lots of other people's art. Life is good!