Textile artist Karine Jollet made these  sculptures of human body parts from fabric.

Textile artist Karine Jollet made these sculptures of human body parts from fabric.

Sarah Maloney  Skin, 2011  Glass beads and thread  Collection of the artist

Fiber Art, Pt. II

Sarah Maloney Skin, 2011 Glass beads and thread Collection of the artist

My scoliosis inspired conceptual garment; freehand embroidery on dissolvable fabric.

My scoliosis inspired conceptual garment; freehand embroidery on dissolvable fabric.

Sally Hewett, Embroidered stomachs, breasts, butts, lips, in quilting hoops, contemporary art, sculpture

Sally Hewett, Embroidered stomachs, breasts, butts, lips, in quilting hoops, contemporary art, sculpture

Raija Jokinen ~ "Hengenveto" | "The Breath" (2006) pellavakuitu / flax 22 x 31 x 65 cm | ©Raija Jokinen

Raija Jokinen ~ "Hengenveto" | "The Breath" (2006) pellavakuitu / flax 22 x 31 x 65 cm | ©Raija Jokinen

Pauline Lee, Paperclay textured and pierced. Applications of stains and oxides and fired to 2200 degrees C

Pauline Lee, Paperclay textured and pierced. Applications of stains and oxides and fired to 2200 degrees C

Fabrics are materials that came naturally to me as an analogy to our own biological tissues: bones, fibres, cristalls...    I start with old bed sheets and shirts, embroided handkerchieves and second-hand fabrics that I cut up, put the fragments together, pad them and then sew them by hand.

Fabrics are materials that came naturally to me as an analogy to our own biological tissues: bones, fibres, cristalls... I start with old bed sheets and shirts, embroided handkerchieves and second-hand fabrics that I cut up, put the fragments together, pad them and then sew them by hand.

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