Tuesday, April 3, 2012

the stitched line...

...in Fiber Philly. Whether hand stitched or machine stitched, it intrigued me in it's many variations. The simplicity of it, the outline, a slight curve, a dash, a dot, a hanging thread.
detail of Thousands of Words by Mary Ruth Smith at AQE
detail of Bloom by Katherine K. Allen at AQE
detail of Distant Shore by Karin Birch at Snyderman-Works Gallery
detail of Healing Sutra #14 by Erin Endicott at Wexler Gallery
detail of Cheongsam by Diem Chau at Wexler Gallery

detail of Rain by Flore Gardner at Wexler Gallery
detail of Structures 99 by Lisa Call at the Bluestone Gallery
detail of 48 Prophets by Jason Pollen in Distinguished Educators at the Crane
detail from Re/claimations by Kay Lawrence at the Crane
detail from Re/claimations by Kay Lawrence at the Crane
detail of Soft City: Open Door by Marilyn Henrion at the Highwire Gallery
detail of Harvest by Rayna Gillman at the Highwire Gallery

2 comments:

Deborah Boschert said...

I remember every one of these pieces. They really made an impression on me too.

morgen said...

Yes! Nothing more delicious than the stitched line. Some beautiful examples here.