Vibrant Textile Artwork showing Colorful Orbs by Talented Sculptor Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia
This colorful sculpture work was craftily created by Chilean sculptor/artist, Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia. She has created this set of works (which I have chosen a selection from to form the gallery below) by stuffing fabric orbs or ‘balls’ to form intricate and fascinating patterns to form textile artwork…
Gallery // Vibrant Textile Artwork showing Colorful Orbs
See also: Threaded Art by Textile Artist, Debbie Smyth.
Photo // Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia…
Design Soak Opinion: What I really like about this type of textile artwork is that you don’t need to be some sort of sculpture enthusiast to appreciate it. It’s the kind of work that a vast majority of people would gladly hang on their walls – simply because the sculptures are just SO visually appealing! Great work.
Further Information // “Vibrant Textile Artwork showing Colorful Orbs by Talented Sculptor Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia. You can see more of her work over at her website. Via Thejealouscurator.
Further resource: Textile Artist – “…A place for textile and fiber artists to be inspired, learn from the best, promote their work & communicate with like-minded creatives.”
Quilled Paper Art by Lisa Nilsson
This wonderful Quilled Paper Art was created by American artist Lisa Nilsson for her Tissue Series. She uses sections of Japanese mulberry paper to make these stunning works of art. Each piece is housed in a wooden box to frame the work, which can take several weeks to complete. Enjoy the gallery…
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Mechanical Paper Art by Jennifer Collier
This mechanical paper art was created by the talented Jennifer Collier, who not only creates these stunning pieces of art, but runs exhibitions and workshops, too. Here, I’ve shown some examples of here work that represent machines such as cameras and binoculars, but there are cups, saucers, dresses and ties over on Jennifer’s site as well. I really like the SLR Camera shown at the end of this post, as it’s made from green-toned maps [SEE MORE HERE].