Textile Art

Kate Egan

Kate Egan

Kate Egan was born in Manchester and spent her childhood in Vancouver & Mexico. After studying at Manchester School of Art, MMU, she has worked simultaneously as a practitioner and lecturer for the past thirty years. Kate’s research interests are at the intersection of interactive e-textiles, art for public space and collaborative practice.

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Rita Zepf

Rita Zepf

A tangible guide through the textile paintings of Rita Zepf leads via the unconscious of movement to the revelation of physicality. Through sewing something becomes visible that has looked and dressed pose or posture, habitus or posturing.
Rita Zepf – Textile Art, info@textil-kunst.de. www.textil-kunst.blogspot.com/, www.instagram.com/ritazepf/

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Carolina Oneto

Carolina Oneto

For Carolina Oneto color and its interactions are a relevant part of each of her quilts.

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Textile art by Ulrike Stelzig-Schaufert

Textile art by Ulrike Stelzig-Schaufert

In addition to the meditative approach to the medium of textiles, the exploration of creative possibilities and the play with light and shadow, I am attracted – as a costume and textile designer – to telling stories with my work.

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Amelia Nin

Amelia Nin

With free, spontaneous and carefree embroidery, I explore my very own inner expression.

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Sybille Bauer

Sybille Bauer

Poppy. In other pictures, however, red can seem threatening or indicate blood. Poppies, however, are about the joy of colourful blossoms. They have completely detached themselves from nature. The shape of their leaves and stems comes from the realm of fantasy. Even their white background remains mysterious. Do they lie on a tablecloth? Do they bloom even though there is still snow? Do these questions really need to be answered?

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Martha Sofia Drasdo

Martha Sofia Drasdo

Each of the artworks you see has a meaning in its design. Each piece has a story, a family and a region behind it.

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Luitgard Möschle

Luitgard Möschle

Luitgard Möschle plays generously with patterns already present on the fabric or even printed texts.

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