Fiber sculpture

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Yarn Sculpture, Thread Sculpture, Red Installation, Meknes Morocco, Fabric Sculpture, Soft Sculpture Art, Textile Embroidery, Human Organs, Plastic Bottle Caps

Plastic Bottle Caps Bound by Thread Undulate Across Ghizlane Sahli's Embroidered Sculptures — Colossal

Echoing coral, cells, and the contours of the female body, Ghizlane Sahli stitches sculptural embroideries that curve and arch in shapely forms. The voluptuous works are part of what the Marrakech-based artist terms The Aveoles, a series made from plastic bottle caps interlaced with thread. With a background in architecture, Sahli shares that she “is always concerned by space and volume,” two components that manifest in myriad ways throughout her three-dimensional works. More

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Louna Breton
Photographer, Maker, Bio-designer & Conservationist — Zena Holloway Bio Art, Systems Art, Circular Weaving, Organic Sculpture, Paper Art Sculpture, Fiber Sculpture, Underwater Photographer, Nature Artists, Textile Sculpture

Photographer, Maker, Bio-designer & Conservationist — Zena Holloway

Zena Holloway is an underwater photographer, maker and material innovator, growing and crafting artefacts from grass root. She collaborates with nature to grow sustainable root structures that strive to explore our relationship with the ocean and embody the dream of organic design.

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Hailey
Upcycling, Textile Art Techniques, Studio Building, Soft Sculpture Art, Fiber Sculpture, Abstract Embroidery, Public Square, Textile Sculpture, Mixed Media Sculpture

"Process Goes Public" and the beginning of a new body of work

From December through January, I was invited to participate in an exhibition at the Mills Gallery with 8 other artists from my studio building. The show was a bit unusual as it meant to show the creative process of each artist instead of finished work. I was reluctant to participate at first; I thought that one can be in a rather vulnerable place when creating and to put yourself on the public square at that time could be a bit scary and inhibiting. On the other hand, Debra Olin, who curated…

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paper&Zhang