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Matt Tommey Sculptural Wall Hanging.  North Carolina’s Matt Tommey combines traditional techniques and rustic materials in his contemporary take on basket sculpture. The artist uses vines – glorious vines like honeysuckle, wisteria and kudzu, weaving them into basket vessels to create unusual and striking wall and fireplace mantel sculptures.

Wall hanging featuring mountain laurel, baskets covered in encaustic wax and copper botanicals handcrafted from recycled copper. By Matt Tommey

199 kedvelés, 27 hozzászólás – Elizabeth McTague (@elizabethmctague) Instagram-hozzászólása: “During my macrame hiatus last month I tried my hand at the punch needle thing. It's a lot harder…”

199 kedvelés, 27 hozzászólás – Elizabeth McTague (@elizabethmctague) Instagram-hozzászólása: “During my macrame hiatus last month I tried my hand at the punch needle thing. It's a lot harder…”

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The Habitat series reflects concern over habitat loss and species extinction. Fragments of broken bark from felled trees are held together by manmade 'threads'.

Ruben Marroquin: Sculptural embroidery

Wrap with cotton yarns, linen, mason twine, para cords, over bamboo armature.

Paola Pivi, "Thank You Ocean’, 2003 Mmm fluffy carpet on..want this and rub myself purrrr..,

Paola Pivi, "Thank You Ocean’, 2003 Mmm fluffy carpet on.want this and rub myself purrrr.

Jack Lenor Larsen interior design. The living room’s ceramic sculpture by Leuthold and woven horsehair wall hanging Tierra y Oro #5 by Olga de Amaral. Photography by Eric Laignel

blueberrymodern: “ Jack Lenor Larsen interior design The living room’s ceramic sculpture by Leuthold and woven horsehair wall hanging Tierra y Oro by Olga de Amaral. Photography by Eric Laignel ”

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