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KELLY WEARSTLER | AVANT WALLPAPER. In Ivory/Black

Avant wallpaper

Inspired by the French trompe-l'oeil technique, the dynamic Avant pattern is an artful composition of line and space, creating a three dimensional drama. Available in six fashion colorways. This item is sold by the double roll which totals 10 yards of wallpaper.

= free pattern = Mercer County Star block, made with striped ticking by Dustin Cecil. Pattern by Barbara Brackman. Civil War Quilts: Threads of Memory 2, 2014 BOM.

Threads of Memory 2: Mercer County Star for Susan Lowe Wattles

Becky Brown Block #2 Mercer County Star The block's named for a refuge offering hope to free blacks and runaways in the 1830s and '40s. Dustin Cecil Block #2 Mercer County Star---all ticking The patterns were free online for two years but now I am offering them for sale in two formats at my Etsy shop. Buy a PDF or a Paper Pattern through the mail here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BarbaraBrackmanShop In the winter of 1835 revivalists and reformers thrilled American audiences. Susan E. Lowe, a…

"Untitled from 'Spirals'" by Louise Bourgeois

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Travelogue: Japan, 2018 Tokyo International Great Quilt Festival | Martha Wolfe
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Travelogue: Japan, 2018 Tokyo International Great Quilt Festival

My absolute favorite piece in the entire show - these schooling fish! (Remember, you can click on any image to enlarge it for detail). ...

Bienvenue à THE FARM Paris

THE FARM Paris est une agence digitale simple pour une culture dure. Fondée en 2016 par Frédéric Clad THE FARM œuvre dans le monde de l'art !

Samantha Bittman | Blue to White Triangles, 2010 | Acrylic on hand-woven textile 20" x 15"

Samantha Bittman

Works by Samantha Bittman. samanthabittman.com

090424_577 Voyage à Nantes – Exposition « Pour l’amour du fil » – Quilts de Kuroha Shizuko

Nantes – Salon « Pour l’amour du fil » 2009 – Quilts de Kuroha Shizuko | Chambre des couleurs

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Pamela Goecke-Dinndorf

Pamela Goecke-Dinndorf

This robe, part of the British Museum’s Beving collection, was collected at least by 1913 and most probably dates from the second half of the nineteenth century. It was apparently (Lamb 1984:136) collected in Bonthe region, Sierra Leone. It is among less than ten robes I am aware of that have been made from kpoikpoi cloths.

African Textiles in Close Up #2: a Sierra Leone robe.

In my last post I looked at two rare embroidered robes from Liberia or Sierra Leone in the British Museum collection. Today I turn to a third robe, also from Sierra Leone, that is in an even more unusual style. The vast majority of robes from the region were tailored from either plain or simple warp stripe patterned cotton cloths in shades of white, brown and indigo. They can be distinguished from other West African robes by their distinctive front pockets and their overall design –…

painting box: KNOTTED, WOVEN, LINKED

KNOTTED, WOVEN, LINKED

Vija Celmins Web #2 2000-2001 Oil on linen We caught the last day of Vija Celmins' retrospective at SFMOMA recently. Her spiderweb depictions started me thinking about their structures and the wide range of structures based on them. Also about webs and nets and how they have a fluidity of form that allows for distortion that can encompass so much variety. Net patterns are also simply beautiful on their own and as they become a frame for what's enclosed in an open way. The title of this post…

This robe, part of the British Museum’s Beving collection, was collected at least by 1913 and most probably dates from the second half of the nineteenth century. It was apparently (Lamb 1984:136) collected in Bonthe region, Sierra Leone. It is among less than ten robes I am aware of that have been made from kpoikpoi cloths.

African Textiles in Close Up #2: a Sierra Leone robe.

In my last post I looked at two rare embroidered robes from Liberia or Sierra Leone in the British Museum collection. Today I turn to a third robe, also from Sierra Leone, that is in an even more unusual style. The vast majority of robes from the region were tailored from either plain or simple warp stripe patterned cotton cloths in shades of white, brown and indigo. They can be distinguished from other West African robes by their distinctive front pockets and their overall design –…

Pamela Goecke-Dinndorf

Pamela Goecke-Dinndorf