At the School of Stitched Textiles we like to promote textiles artists in the hope that they will continue to inspire a new generation of artists. We caught up with the highly creative and wonderfully talented Michelle Mischkulnig to talk to her about her style, inspiration, approach and love of colour.
Vanessa Barragão (previously) recycles unused yarn from the textile industry to produce wall hangings and rugs that imitate the structure of coral reefs. Her recent work, Coral Garden, addresses the scale at which this massive industry pollutes the environment by forming an immersive installation created from an artisanal rug factory’s deadstock supplies. In the production of her sculptural rugs and tapestries Barragão attempts to be as ecofriendly as possible. More
If you’ve been following our Inspirational Artists series you’ll know how this works. In a bid to inspire and delight we've trawled the web and social media platforms like Instagram to share with some great artists and makers. And we have some truly groundbreaking, innovative and breathtaking work t
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