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a large pile of yarn sitting on top of a wooden floor next to a bed
In Knots by Dana Barnes
Textile artist Dana Barnes experiments
a black and white photo of a woman sitting on a bed in front of some art
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Sheila Hicks in 1964 from Weaving As Metaphor
a woman sitting on the floor in front of a wall hanging
In the studio... neutral colors and rich textures | modern, macrame & weaving
an old woman sitting on a chair with colorful cords around her
Sheila Hicks: entre les fils. | COLLECTIF TEXTILE
Sheila Hicks-Née en 1934 dans le Nebraska, c’est lors d’un voyage en Amérique du Sud (pour ses études), qu’elle découvre les textiles pré-colombiens et qu’elle y apprendra les techniques traditionnelles de tissage que l’on retrouve aujourd’hui encore dans son travail. Dans les années 1960, Sheila Hicks s’installe à Paris. Depuis, elle y crée de monumentales oeuvres textiles
a woman sitting on a stool in front of a wall hanging with crochet
Brooklyn fiber artist / Large-scale macramé & weaving / Natural materials (jute, sisal, raffia ,hemp, wool, cotton) / Un-dyed textiles, natural coloration / Handmade, custom made, custom order / #modernmacrame
a large piece of art hanging on the wall next to a wooden floor with text that reads images from jacquetine sudell found via design milk
Sculptural Wall Hangings by Jacqueline Surdell
a woman sitting at a table with a book in her hand and writing on it
Sheila Hicks—Weaving as Metaphor
Sheila Hicks
several pieces of art are on display in a room with white walls and flooring
Saatchi Gallery
Heather Pickwell Freeform sculptures - crochet worked around rope to hold form in place
an art installation made out of yarn and rope with trees growing from it's sides
Forest | Crocheted Sisal, Jute and Manila fibers |Hand dyed with fiber reactive dyes | Tapestry Bienniale, Lausanne Switzerland, 1975
a woman sitting on the ground with some sticks
Vintage National Geographic
Mexican Huichol woman weaves a sash for her husband National Geographic | June 1977
black and white photograph of people sitting on the ground playing musical instruments in front of a tree
Sheila Hicks, Beyond Craft
a woman sitting on a stool in front of colorful curtains
Dorothy Liebes
a woman sitting on the ground next to a cat and some hammock nets
Fashion Projects
Lenore Tawney, the 20th century pioneer in weaving, died in New York City on September 28, 2007 at age 100. One of the first artists to use fiber as her medium, her innovative use of scale and weaving techniques bridged the gap between craft and art. Although Lenore Tawney was not as recognized as other fiber artists such as Sheila Hicks, her sculptural works have been collected by major museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. The New York
a woman standing in front of a doorway holding a large bamboo fan over her head
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