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Julia Kwon (@juliakwon)
Julia Kwon creates traditional and hybrid Korean textiles through quilting and painting to challenge preexisting notions of what it means to be Korean and feminine. She also explores community and personal relationship building through collaborative projects. Julia has earned her M.F.A. at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University and B.A. in Studio Art at Georgetown University. She has been actively exhibiting her work and won various awards such as the artist residency at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Vermont Studio Center, NARS Foundation, and Textile Arts Center.
Maker @frontroomstitches in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I do embroidery + cross stitch.
ellen // @ellenbeezy (@fibrous)
• woven home goods & accessories • handmade by ellen bruxvoort in austin, texas co-curator of @elloweaving
Curator of The Creativity Project. 52 interviews in 52 weeks. Getting to the heart of why we create. Contact me to be featured.
mandi smethells (@smoothhills)
Imaginative Fiber Art
I create modern, heirloom quality quilts. My quilts typically include bold use of color combined with negative space and interesting layouts.
Choi Wong (@choiwong)
Artist (Collect - Disassemble - Create)
In my art, I study people and their mutual connections. These relationships are a recurring theme. My work is an ongoing study, and each single work is a link, a next step in my process. Each work teaches me something about my relationship towards others, about mutual connections and bonds.
Loneliness, power, control, dependency and trust are recurring themes.
Lidia Esteban (@lidiaesteban)
Handmade nature-inspired designs 🌿
My Etsy shop is now open
Bozena Wojtaszek (@bozena_wojtaszek)
textile artist, living in Lodz (Poland)
Janna Maria Vallee (@jannamaria)
I'm a textile-based artist making primarily woven wall hangings in natural and naturally dyed fibres.
Katrina Craig (@katrinamjcraig)
Shedding our skins so we can see each other.
Black Art Matters (@blackartmatters)
People of African descent have contributed to all aspects of our societies and cultures. It is important to get to know what they created and developed because this contribution is still often denied or diminished. Explore Black History and Black Art from Africa to the other continents.
Curated by @mariosupa
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