Judy Martin's "Not To Know But To Go On" (from Agnes Martin's words). Every day one complete skein of cotton embroidery thread was couched over strips of found fabric from her own collection onto a cotton backing. She says, "Stitching gets me up in the morning. I look forward to spending that quiet time with myself. It's emotional therapy. As I stitch, other things fall into place; the time it takes helps me to be quiet. Inner time goes backwards and forwards."
Through Our Hands Magazine | Issue 6 Art and textile inspiration from Through Our Hands. Featured artists include: Genevieve Attinger, Agnes Herczeg, Pauline Burbidge plus exhibitions, Love is Enough, Agnes Martin and Maker, Making, Made.