After something like 100,000 years, mankind evolved from covering itself with animal pelts, furs, probably leaves to being able to produce textiles so easily and inexpensively that there could be 'fiber art.' That is, textile-based objects that have no intended practical use. And, particularly since the 1960's the dedication, creativity and skills of fabric artists around the world have elevated the field to high art. Take a look at wonderfully imaginative works by a few of them.
|Joana Vasconselos, Crochet Dog|
|Gabriel Dawe, Rainbow Thread|
|Svetlana Lyalina, Tapestry Dress/Canvas|
Post a Comment