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Botaniko Spend a little time to explore each of the artists and their varied botanical work here – two SandB members feature as well.
Japanese Natural Dyeing – The colours are to die/dye for!  A Youtube video

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An art quilt by Lisa Walton inspired by desire!
Zone One Arts An interview with David Edmond a painter and textile artist

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The New York Times Art in Stitches

Artist Work to explore, a great range, but some interesting ideas/colours here and there.

Anastasia La Fey  Artist/ Maker working across realms of textile artistry, inhabitable & textile-centric sculpture/ installation and collaborative multi-disciplinary works.

Alana Clearlake

 

“Witnessing” needlefelting by Alana Clearlake

 

Christine Webb, a multidisciplinary artist based in Australia and Italy, has been painting window scenes throughout lockdown—capturing glimpses of the outside world from interior environments.

 

Christine Webb

 

Natalia Tcherniak, a multimedia artist and architect based in Toronto, interested in cyanotype.

Gwen Diehn   You can view online at the Sketchbook Project site, Gwen Diehn’s Volume 15 sketchbook, “2019 Daytimer”. It is the beautiful product of a year of disciplined, weekly painting and illustration. Set within a frame of the now-empty paints she used to complete her book, Diehn documented her observations from each week of 2019 by painting over, through, and around her appointment book. This book is a visual presentation of sketchbook-as-catalog, putting to paper her inner thoughts and the changes throughout a year of her life.

 Seriously gorgeous Habu textiles

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Beyond the page Clara Congdon

One stitch at a time….Chris Motley

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Nigel Cheney’s Textile Art

Conversation with Glenys Mann

The latest delicious blog post from The Pale Rook

Gelli prints and more

Lynne Fellowes blog

Joan Schulze interview

Don’t forget to check out Pintangle from time to time

The Voices of Artists

What is Textile Art?

Why We Need Arts in Times of Crisis

Armchair Art and Travel Resources

Bush Brushes and Monoprints with Judy Watson

Lisa Walton has been making use of this time of isolation and has been recording video chats with some of the world’s inspirational quilters. The talks are usually based on a single quilt which has either won a major award or used some original techniques or just a brilliant quilt. The conversations are casual and explore the inspiration and processes involved in making as well as often having some interesting personal connections. They are being released every few days on Lisa’s YouTube Channel and are part of the playlist called Quilt Stories.

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101 Surprising Ideas inspired by art

Nigel Cheney Textile Art part 1 How the rhythm of prose and stitch has become a life work

An Unbelievably Detailed, Hand-Drawn Map Lets You Explore the Rich Collections of the Met Museum | Open Culture

How to host an online workshop

Larysa Bernhardt Textile Sculptures: Wanderlust of the Mind

Rosie the Riveter Folkwear Pattern

Gallery shows online

Embrace technology for virtual gallery exhibitions and art experiences

Artsy is exploring shows that have been impacted by art spaces going dark. Each week, we’re featuring five gallery exhibitions that you can access via Artsy, with insights from the artists. This week, we’re sharing a selection of fresh work by emerging artists from Miami to Vienna

The fine art of visiting so many galleries from home