Embroidery

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Little Ginkgo studies

I love Ginkgo leaves … it's no secret. They have been the subject of many of my artworks over the last few years and they will no doubt continue to inspire my work for years to come. This new trio of works are my newest interpretation of this golden plant. Each of the pieces are multilayered with overlapping leaves. This creates a lovely layering effect and adds a greater sculptural element to the work. These pieces will be on show at my upcoming solo exhibition at the Milk Factory Gallery…

Embroidery art often seeks to mimic nature, but Australian visual artist Meredith Woolnough has a special technique we've never seen before. By using water-soluble fabric, her beautiful embroidery, which is inspired by nature's most graceful forms, gains Embroidery Art, Cross Stitch Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Machine Embroidery, Tela Soluble En Agua, Textiles, Water Soluble Fabric, Diy Broderie, Embroidered Leaves

Artist Uses Home Sewing Machine To Capture Nature’s Most Delicate Forms With Embroidery

Embroidery art often seeks to mimic nature, but Australian visual artist Meredith Woolnough has a special technique we've never seen before. By using water-soluble fabric, her beautiful embroidery, which is inspired by nature's most graceful forms, gains a new dimension of lightness and delicacy.

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Artist Uses Home Sewing Machine To Capture Nature’s Most Delicate Forms With Embroidery

Embroidery art often seeks to mimic nature, but Australian visual artist Meredith Woolnough has a special technique we've never seen before. By using water-soluble fabric, her beautiful embroidery, which is inspired by nature's most graceful forms, gains a new dimension of lightness and delicacy.

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Artist Uses Home Sewing Machine To Capture Nature’s Most Delicate Forms With Embroidery

Australian visual artist Meredith Woolnough | embroidery with special technique using water-soluble fabric

Australian visual artist Meredith Woolnough has a special technique we& never seen before. By using water-soluble fabric, her beautiful embroidery, which is inspired by nature& most graceful forms, gains a new dimension of lightness and delicacy. Embroidery Art, Machine Embroidery, Water Soluble Fabric, Embroidered Leaves, Pin Art, Red Cabbage, Natural Forms, Textile Artists, Fabric Art

Artist Uses Home Sewing Machine To Capture Nature’s Most Delicate Forms With Embroidery

Embroidery art often seeks to mimic nature, but Australian visual artist Meredith Woolnough has a special technique we've never seen before. By using water-soluble fabric, her beautiful embroidery, which is inspired by nature's most graceful forms, gains a new dimension of lightness and delicacy.