Home is where the harvester is! Vere van Gool –––––– AA School of Architecture Vere van Gool Intermediate Unit 1 Professors : Mark Campbell - Stewart Do.
Textile Art - drawing with stitch; embroidered architecture // Harriet Popham Textiles Using free machine embroidery to draw
An architecture illustration that is so wonderfully done.___ Light and shade is very apparent using fine line pen.
Ripe Harvest, 1924 Giclee Print by Paul Klee
Jiyoung Chung "His Tear" Joomchi with hand-ground ink and dyed handmade paper yarn, x Photo courtesy of artist.
Freehand Machine Embroidery Tutorial with Janet Clare
Ditte Sørensen -- Free motion embroidery on textile, photo transfer, quilted. Stunning inspiration for art journal.
Who: Debbie Smyth What: installation of thread drawing Why: I love the idea of using thread and materials in my next project and this piece particularly interests me because of the "shading" created with more thread
MAMMOTH: October 2010 - fantastic textile art by Debbie Smyth
Textile artist Debbie Smyth drawings in thread. could be used as sculpture project along with drawing and possible paint as a drip painting
crossconnectmag: “ Wall drawings using pins and threads by Debbie Smyth Debbie Smyth is textile artist most identifiable by her statement thread drawings; these playful yet sophisticated.
Debbie Smyth What? I like the idea of using the monochromatic style to bring out the urban aspect of pylons when usually they appear in rural landscapes.
I love sketch art mixed with my love of architecture
Pin and Thread Illustrations Debbie Smyth 19
A detailed drawing of an arc way. Also good use of perspective drawing
Pin and Thread Illustrations by Debbie Smyth textiles needles installation illustration
Structural I = Paul Klee (German (born Switzerland), Münchenbuchsee Muralto-Locarno) 1924 Gouache on cardboard, bordered with ink
Monument in Fertile Country, 1929 - Paul Klee (Paul Klee Foundation, Kunstmuseum, Berne)
Jubliee Bridge, detail, Debbie Smyth, pins and thread