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Katherine Pulido finds inspiration in the fiber works and drawings of the late artist Lenore Tawney, whose works are currently on view at the Maryland Institute

Tapestry by fiber artist Lenore Tawney, from "Craft Horizons" March/April 1963. via Cathy of California

Tapestry by fiber artist Lenore Tawney, from "Craft Horizons" March/April via Cathy of California

Delicate Woven by Mary Walker Phillips

experimental knitting by Mary Walker Phillips; from her book: “Creative Knitting: A New Art Form”.

Leonore Tawney In the late 1950s Tawney developed the revolutionary technique of 'open-warp' weaving, enabling practitioners to bypass the strict rectilinearity of woven forms, and throughout her career continued to push the boundaries of her craft, moving far closer to sculpture than textile production.

Another non-traditional string/weaving image. I like this one because it is reminiscent of the forest and also of confinement (Philomela locked in her cell).

Alicia Scardetta

alicia scardetta art work weaving woven wall hanging tapestry in Brooklyn, NY

ra on loom-Article on Japanese leno weave. This material is woven with different types of leno weave.

ra on loom-Article on Japanese leno weave. This material is woven with different types of leno weave.

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Detail, 'The Strange Quiet of Things Misplaced' by Polish-born, Australia-based textile artist Elisa Markes-Young (b via fibercopia

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