These large scale tapestries are at Kikospace in Toronto in the debut solo show of Betty Wood, a design writer turned fibre artist whose Instagram handle is Betty the Yarnslayer. (Above: Longest Winter, 2022. Acrylic yarn, hand-dyed natural wools and recycled cotton on monks’ cloth. 48” x 48”) […]
If you are aquainted with a quilter, you will know that the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky is recognized as one of the world’s top contemporary collections. That’s where Toronto multidiscilplinary artist Justin Ming Yong has a solo exhbition this year, through August. A photographer who picked […]
Natasha Bowdoin’s large-scale cut paper and collage works transform a Dallas gallery into a garden overflowing with creeping vines, carnivorous plants and acid colour.
Ann Wood’s paper-sculpted botanicals are superb, and she is an artisan celebrated on this blog in the past (see that extraordinary work here). Now, it’s time to focus on her garden works, equally creative.
Jacob Hashimoto, an expert in structured fiber and paper, has a solo show in Santa Fe, New Mexico this month, with an immersive installation made of brightly colored, and intricately patterned handmade Japanese rice paper “kites.”
These one-of-a-kind paper sculptures by Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave are on exhibit in Naples, Florida, spanning 500 years of fashion history.