My artistic creative process is a deeply female one. I intuitively create bodies, creatures and gossamer shells of my own inner reality. I allow myself to enter into a dialogue between the material and the sensations of my soul. The artistic result is open at the beginning and only crystallises gradually.
Nature is, how could it be otherwise, my greatest inspiration. Nature is beauty and abundance, that can touch me and many people.
Another project from 2021: an 18th century-style shirt, made from old bed linen.
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.
Woven works by Larisa Shaenzon
The works have been created according to the principle of “knitting with shortened rows”.
Four new works by Sybille Bauer.
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, email@example.com. www.textil-kunst.blogspot.com/, www.instagram.com/ritazepf/
I am showing three works from my small series of embroidered works “Black/White with a little Red”. The fourth work is a mixed media work from the “Calendar Sheets” cycle and shows the month of January.
In addition to my painting on canvas, I like to work on fabrics with paint and different printing techniques. In combination with old or transparent papers, freehand sewing on the machine or hand embroidery stitch I complete my paintings.