Emily Barletta is a genius at crochet and here is here amazing story http://www.sfgirlbybay.com/2011/11/09/girl-crush-7/

Emily Barletta is a genius at crochet and here is here amazing story http://www.sfgirlbybay.com/2011/11/09/girl-crush-7/

Alexander Korzer Robinson's encyclopedia artwork. Absolutely stunning! A FANTASTIC idea, beautifully executed.

Alexander Korzer Robinson's encyclopedia artwork. Absolutely stunning! A FANTASTIC idea, beautifully executed.

Yesterday I featured a molecular biologist turned painter… and today I give you mixed media on...

karen margolis (The Jealous Curator)

Yesterday I featured a molecular biologist turned painter… and today I give you mixed media on...

Andy Warhol with an unrolled acetate of "Marilyn" in his studio "the Factory" in 1964. Original photograph taken by Gene Korman in 1953

Andy Warhol with an unrolled acetate of "Marilyn" in his studio "the Factory" in 1964. Original photograph taken by Gene Korman in 1953

Rosie James is a textile artist from Rochester, England. She captures human nature using machine and hand embroidery.

Rosie James is a textile artist from Rochester, England. She captures human nature using machine and hand embroidery.

Rosie James textile designer - I admire her highly textural, embroidered juxtapositions and the variety of colour tones, layers of imagery and patterns. An intriguing, complimentary contrast is evoked.

Rosie James textile designer - I admire her highly textural, embroidered juxtapositions and the variety of colour tones, layers of imagery and patterns. An intriguing, complimentary contrast is evoked.

Fiber and Textile, Karen Margolis, Artist, Modulus (detail), 2009, cotton covered wire-annealed

Fiber and Textile, Karen Margolis, Artist, Modulus (detail), 2009, cotton covered wire-annealed

Annemieke Mein - Annameike lives in Australia - hand paint with machine and hand embroidery . . . amazing fiber artist

Annemieke Mein - Annameike lives in Australia - hand paint with machine and hand embroidery . . . amazing fiber artist

Tracy Emin. I loved this chair and concept when I saw it. Great idea and lovely object steeped in memory, future and travel!

Tracey Emin's iconic art

Tracy Emin. I loved this chair and concept when I saw it. Great idea and lovely object steeped in memory, future and travel!

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Mike Kelley, Memory Ware Flat # 41, 2003 (detail). Mixed media on panel.

Mike Kelley, Memory Ware Flat # 41, 2003 (detail). Mixed media on panel.

chicken wire and yarn By Karen Margolis, Modulus, 2009, cotton covered wire-annealed wire-acrylic

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Mike Kelley, Ahh. . . Youth, 1991, in "Self Portraits"mike kelley

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Mike Kelley, More Love Hours Than Can Ever Be Repaid (on wall) with The Wages of Sin, 1987, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Mike Kelley, More Love Hours Than Can Ever Be Repaid (on wall) with The Wages of Sin, 1987, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Elena Stonaker's 'Scope' - "Stonaker's beaded sculptures look like spiritual altars to imaginary monsters, turning body parts and coded symbols into dazzling tapestries, gargantuan jewelry pieces and soft dolls. The multimedia works, at once girlish and majestic, featured elements of Mike Kelley, Dorothy Iannone and Betsey Johnson."

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Elena Stonaker's 'Scope' - "Stonaker's beaded sculptures look like spiritual altars to imaginary monsters, turning body parts and coded symbols into dazzling tapestries, gargantuan jewelry pieces and soft dolls. The multimedia works, at once girlish and majestic, featured elements of Mike Kelley, Dorothy Iannone and Betsey Johnson."

Mike Kelley, More Love Hours Than Can Ever Be Repaid and The Wages of Sin (1987), at the Whitney Museum. Photo: Sarah Cascone.

Mike Kelley, More Love Hours Than Can Ever Be Repaid and The Wages of Sin (1987), at the Whitney Museum. Photo: Sarah Cascone.

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