TREASURED - Many things that have little or no monetary worth are deeply treasured - memories, family sayings, a particular poem or a special place. That old pair of jeans, darned, patched and repaired. A handmade gift, especially made for you. A childhood toy. A family heirloom. Your child’s first shoes. Your Grandmother’s mixing bowl. One persons rubbish is another’s treasure...
Image: Textiles by Sue Ingles. Image above: textiles by Claire Ketteman.
Through exploring these ideas of ‘treasured’, the artists of Textilia 3 are creating exciting new textile art. The artists employ many diverse textile and mixed media techniques, including hand and machine stitch, felt, appliqué, mixed media and painting, ceramics, dyeing and resists....
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