Featured

Midcentury Artist Lenore Tawney Offered a Radical Vision of What Weaving Could Be

    Lenore Tawney: Dark River, 1962, linen and wood, 164 by 22 1/2 inches. Museum of Modern Art, New York. © Lenore Tawney. IN HER 1965 TREATISE ON WEAVING, the pioneering weaver Anni Albers praises Coptic and ancient Peruvian textiles for their sophisticated formal structure—a quality she argues is lacking in contemporary weaving. Yet, …

Midcentury Artist Lenore Tawney Offered a Radical Vision of What Weaving Could Be Read More »

Florals, Beads, and Lace Embellish Whimsical Faux Taxidermy and Anatomical Sculptures

  Craft #anatomy #animals #beads #flowers #lace #sculpture #taxidermy April 21, 2020 Grace Ebert All images © Natalia Lubieniecka, shared with permission Based in Austria, Natalia Lubieniecka scours Vienna’s markets for antique objects, fabrics, and anatomical posters that eventually inform and meld into her peculiar sculptures. Whether it be a blush-colored heart enveloped in florals, …

Florals, Beads, and Lace Embellish Whimsical Faux Taxidermy and Anatomical Sculptures Read More »

Scroll to Top