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Contemporary tapestries

Collection by Lana Syahbani

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Beautiful carpets by Hannah Waldron. DIY inspiration for weaving projects. Weaving Textiles, Weaving Art, Tapestry Weaving, Loom Weaving, Hand Weaving, Textile Design, Textile Art, Small Tapestry, Miss Moss

These Things No.48 · Miss Moss

oh! it seems that i skipped last friday for a These Things round-up. i just… i just don't know where the days are going. my mom kindly reminded me the other day that the wedding is 20 weeks away…

Ana Teresa Barboza und ihre malerische Stickerei Ana Teresa Barboza and her picturesque embroidery Art Fibres Textiles, Textile Fiber Art, Weaving Textiles, Weaving Art, Tapestry Weaving, Loom Weaving, Textile Artists, Textile Tapestry, Weaving Projects

New Plant-Based Embroidery and Interconnected Baskets by Ana Teresa Barboza

Peruvian artist Ana Teresa Barboza has previously been drawn to recreating full landscapes with yarn and thread, embroidering large tapestries with rivers, valleys, and waves that spill out from the wall and rest on the floor. Barboza continues her exploration of installation-based tapestry with a n

Bauhaus in Germany means “house of construction” but it could be a movement that happened in an Art School of Germany. Bauhaus was famous of their new approached in design and fine arts… Art Textile, Textile Patterns, Knitting Patterns, Print Patterns, Floral Patterns, Textile Artists, Weaving Textiles, Tapestry Weaving, Bauhaus Textiles

Women of The Bauhaus and their textiles

Bauhaus in Germany means “house of construction” but it could be a movement that happened in an Art School of Germany. Bauhaus was famous of their new approached in design and fine arts…

Hannah Waldron — Pick me up wall hanging Weaving Textiles, Weaving Art, Weaving Patterns, Loom Weaving, Textile Patterns, Textile Design, Hand Weaving, Textile Tapestry, Tapestry Weaving

Pick me up wall hanging

A little more about my recent weaving commission, KURUKURU, a result of the brief by Landfill Editions to create a work 'that referenced in some way Eduardo Paolozzi's...

Gunta Stölzl Works Bauhaus Dessau Wall Hangings __ Wall hanging - "Slit Tapestry Red/Green" Gobelin technique Cotton, silk, linen cm Slit Tapestry Red/Green on Bauhaus Online Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin Weaving Textiles, Tapestry Weaving, Wall Tapestry, Textile Patterns, Textile Art, Bauhaus Textiles, Bauhaus Art, Quilting, Art Plastique

Gunta Stölzel and the Art of the Loom

The Bauhaus movement named just one woman worthy of the title of master—modernist weaver Gunta Stölzel. Are arts and crafts still so gender-specific?

works in progress : More quilt design, tapestry diary and four selvedge weaving going on Weaving Textiles, Weaving Patterns, Tapestry Weaving, Loom Weaving, Sculpture Textile, Textile Fiber Art, Quilt Design, Quilting Designs, Design Design

More quilt design, tapestry diary and four selvedge weaving going on

My days are filled with weaving. Still in creative doldrums but have decided to use this time in a fractured way by having several tapestry...

Scope of Work Masterplan & Urban Design Credits Design Team: Andre Bonnice, Monique Woodward, Scott Woodward, Issy Jooste, Ben Robinson Max Ernst, Wassily Kandinsky, Textile Design, Fabric Design, Bauhaus Textiles, Art Deco, Josef Albers, Textile Fiber Art, Art Graphique

History Lesson - Gunta Stölzl

Gunta Stölzl (1897- 1983) was a highly influential German textile artist who played a fundamental role in the Bauhaus school curriculum and history. The Bauhaus was a new design and art school, with a fresh set of rules and approaches, and no boundaries to age or sex. Prior to enrolling in the school, she first studied decorative painting, glass painting, ceramics, art history and style at a school of applied arts in Munich. Gunta joined the Bauhaus as a student in 1920, became a junior…

These 2 colourful little ones are on their way to Sydney for a pop-up textiles exhibition called Thread+Colour with Head along if you are in town, lots of talented folk involved. Tapestry Weaving, Loom Weaving, Textiles, Knit Art, Native Beadwork, Hello Kitty Wallpaper, Bead Loom Patterns, Contemporary Abstract Art, Contemporary Tapestries

Art History: Ancient Practice of Textile Art and How It Continues to Reinvent Itself

Textile art is an ancient practice that got its start with some of the first humans. Throughout the years, fiber art has continued to reinvent itself.

Pick me up wall hanging A little more about my recent weaving commission, KURUKURU, a result of the brief by Landfill Editions to create a work ‘that referenced in some way Eduardo Paolozzi’s visual. Weaving Textiles, Weaving Art, Tapestry Weaving, Textile Patterns, Textile Art, Mobiles, Japanese Family Crest, Small Tapestry, Patchwork Designs

Observatorie Museet

Very pleased to have won the Irene Davies award presented by the fantastic organisation Australian Tapestry Workshop for my #smalltapestry To Houshi Onsen. My weaving traveled to be part of the awards...

Fringed Cusco Rug // Anthropologie + New Friends Geometric Patterns, Textures Patterns, Abstract Pattern, Girls Dressing Room, Textiles, Deco Design, Design Design, Home Rugs, Weaving Techniques

Fringed Cusco Rug

New Friends is the passion project of Alexandra Segreti and Kelly Rakowski, whose shared love of ancient weaving techniques inspire their line of textiles for the home. The pair's eclectic, yet sophisticated creations - think large- scale tapestries and color-blocked pillows - are designed in their Brooklyn studio. This flat weave rug is handcrafted from locally sourced, plant-dyed wools and threads.

The famed Bauhaus textile designs of Ani Albers and Gunta Stölzl weren’t the kind of tapestries that homeowners in the and were… Weaving Textiles, Weaving Art, Tapestry Weaving, Hand Weaving, Textile Patterns, Textile Design, Bauhaus Textiles, Creative Textiles, Weaving Projects

Why Designers are Ditching the Screen for Looms

The famed Bauhaus textile designs of Ani Albers and Gunta Stölzl weren’t the kind of tapestries that homeowners in the 20s and 30s were accustomed to—no ruffles, decorative swirls, or sentimental embroidery in sight. Geometric, modern, vibrant, and abstract, these compositions rivalled the crisp gra