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"Tread Softly" by Sian Martin Siân uses small pieces of cloth, re-cycled papers and stitch to make textiles that can be manipulated and draped into forms that refer to landscape forms. Many of these hint at a global message or comment on a recent event.

"Tread Softly" by Sian Martin Siân uses small pieces of cloth, re-cycled papers and stitch to make textiles that can be manipulated and draped into forms that refer to landscape forms. Many of these hint at a global message or comment on a recent event.

Sian Martin (UK), is a lecturer and tutor of embroidery to guild & city students. Some of her work is here. A link to one of her sites is under Blogroll. | Decanted

Sian Martin (UK), is a lecturer and tutor of embroidery to guild & city…

Siân Martin Used fragments of fabrics and paper are stitched together to make new textile surfaces relate to my feeling of the importance of caring for the planet both as a way of re-cycling materials and of the subject matter of my art pieces. Life Line – Los 33 is composed of multiple pieces of stitched vellum that are threaded together to make a 2 metre length. This piece was created to celebrate the rescue of the 33 Chilean miners in 2010. Humming the Air is made or multiple layers of…

Siân Martin Used fragments of fabrics and paper are stitched together to make new textile surfaces relate to my feeling of the importance of caring for the planet both as a way of re-cycling materials and of the subject matter of my art pieces. Life Line – Los 33 is composed of multiple pieces of stitched vellum that are threaded together to make a 2 metre length. This piece was created to celebrate the rescue of the 33 Chilean miners in 2010. Humming the Air is made or multiple layers of…

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Learn how to create exciting effects in textile layers using the point of a soldering iron. Look at my website for a free drawing project and more www.

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My family on holiday I hope you’re still in ‘simmer’ mode for these last few drawing lessons of the Summer Drawing Project.


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