Artist Carol Eckert uses the ancient technique of coiled fabric to portray wildlife in mythology-like environments.
Eckert references “creation stories, legends of great floods, tales of quests and journeys, parables of good and evil . . . The universal nature of animal symbolism also appeals to me: snakes as symbols of evil, storks or cranes as signs of good fortune.”
Carol Eckert at Mobilia Gallery, here.
Her website, here.
Categories: Textile Art