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Roanna Wells - To The Moon - 2010 - detail

Roanna Wells

Fine artist working with repetitive mark-making and process based concepts. Based in Sheffield, UK at

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Maria Wigley - Textile art detail I could project onto a piece of fabric an image and then stitch into it and paint into it and create layers

Japanese modern art ..Sun rises.. Original Textile art, Embroidery artwork, OOAK

JAPANESE MODERN ART Sun rises Original Textile Art This is made of a unique technique, a very elegant and unique proposal for a modern interior.

Ruth Singer - Shadow Embroidery (detail)

Ruth Singer – Shadow Embroidery – Hand stitched piece inspired by a garland of flowers, completely done in the running stitch!

patternprints journal: PATTERNS IN MODERN EMBROIDERIES BY ROANNA WELLS

PATTERNS IN MODERN EMBROIDERIES BY ROANNA WELLS

patternprints journal: PATTERNS IN MODERN EMBROIDERIES BY ROANNA WELLS

PATTERNS IN MODERN EMBROIDERIES BY ROANNA WELLS

The author of these works is Roanna Wells, an english artist based in Sheffield. Both her beautiful panels with embroideries that her sk.

Although I don’t like to do it often, sometimes falling down the internet rabbit hole for hours on end can be a rewarding experience. When I last fell into the digital abyss, I came up for air only to realize I had been on the computer for two and a half hours. Shameful. Thankfully,  my watering, computer-damaged eyes were not in vain, for I had discovered something wonderful: Catharine Ellis and her shibori weavings.

Catharine Ellis shibori weavings - looks like a code, beautiful

Barbara Medo - fabric collection 'Insected  from bees and caterpillars, to beetles, dragonflies and glowworms, nature's own eye-catchers are the inspiration behind 'Insceted', a collection of women's fashion textiles created for the modern femme fatale. Series: Wasp / Dragonfly / Beetle / Caterpillar.

Barbara Medo - fabric collection 'Insected from bees and caterpillars, to beetles, dragonflies and glowworms, nature's own eye-catchers are the inspiration behind 'Insceted', a collection of women's fashion textiles created for the modern femme fatale. Series: Wasp / Dragonfly / Beetle / Caterpillar.

The origins of embroidery can be traced back to the Warring States period in China (500-300BC) and to Sweden's Migration period (300-700AD), and some would argue that it hasn't changed much over the centuries:

20 Artists Who Took Embroidery To The Next Level

Modern embroidery w/ scattered line pattern; stitch detail Via // Roanna Wells

Modern embroidery with scattered line pattern; stitch detail; sewing; textiles design // Roanna Wells
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