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Stitched by Georgie Meadows. Part of twenty textile artworks which explore personal experiences of ageing and dementia. Meadows creates delicate pieces whose tangled threads are both a metaphor for the scrambling of neural connections during degenerative illness and a tender and tactile form of portraiture. Meadows’ concern with the primacy of visual communication in the act of caring, when logic and speech are often elusive, gives the portraits a meditative empathy.

Stitched by Georgie Meadows. Part of twenty textile artworks which explore personal experiences of ageing and dementia.

by Sophie Strong

Enjoy The Embroidered Art Of Sophie Strong In This Cutting (& Stitching) Edge Post From Mr X Stitch!

Georgie Meadows ~ Stories

Georgie Meadows ~ Stories

Georgie Meadows ~ Stories

Georgie Meadows ~ Stories

These Embroidered Newspapers Are The Most Gorgeous Thing Youll See Today

These Embroidered Newspapers Are The Most Gorgeous Thing You'll See Today

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'works on paper by Dutch artist Hinke Schreuders Yarn & ink on paper on canvas, 27 x 20 x cm. via the artist's site

herminehesse:  Amazing handmade textile by Anita Quansah—created from deconstructed vintage and recycled fabrics

Appliqued piece created from vintage and recycled fabrics, deconstructed and meticulously fused together using different textile techniques, by Anita Quansah London

Jan Miller, linen shards.Jan Millers textile art begins and ends with a collection researching old and creating new. It is a circular process of making and thinking informed by her background in science and domestic sewing: experience and memory, method and order, repetition and re-use. Small installations hold the finished narrative.

Jan Miller's textile art begins and ends with a collection researching old and creating new.

ILARIA MARGUTTI - FIBER ARTIST - ITALIA

Ilaria Margutti In the style of: screen print translucent and stitch draw into it

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Textile Artist James Hunting Sussies work 5 James Hunting interview: Making art is hard & bloody

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