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installation piece 'Dead Fetishes Waiting for a Ceremony'

Amulets, Nazars & Evil Eyes: Artists Looking Forward: Group Show Explores an Age-Old Belief at Queens College Art Center May 2 – June 2012 – CUNY Newswire

Joana Vasconcelos - Portugal

Contaminação - Contamination Great pieces in knitting and crochet, by portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos - Museu Berardo - Lisbon (Portugal). Joana Vasconcelos is one of the most important Portuguese artists of her generation.

France Combinación Arquitectura y Naturaleza en Arte 13 France Goneau Inspired Artist Disarmingly Original

An exhibition of sculptures that mix ceramics with textile to explore ideas of decoration and function.

The Novice (Bearly Legal); Mixed media with crocheted yarn, stuffed animals, zippers, googley eyes, and latex

The Novice (Bearly Legal); Mixed media with crocheted yarn, stuffed animals, zippers, googley eyes, and latex

"I want you to buy less live more"  by  Maria ...Skapande, via Flickr.... A message to myself...#shrine

I like the idea of the tiny simple candle - can be placed at the entrance or in a corridor ?

07-sculpture

07-sculpture

Vintage tin box, finial,  jewelry box lid, silk fabric, metal accoutrements

like wirework & base - meh to the rest assemblage work by valerie pillow

Sculptrices VILLA DATRIS, L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue 28 Jusqu'au 11 novembre 2013 Joana Vasconcelos Marly, 2013 © Galerie Nathalie Obadia Paris-Bruxelles

Sculptrices VILLA DATRIS, L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue 28 Jusqu'au 11 novembre 2013 Joana Vasconcelos Marly, 2013 © Galerie Nathalie Obadia Paris-Bruxelles

Amy Long

Amy Long's work was shown in the RE/ACTION(S) art exhibit curated by Gail M. Brown for Craft Alliance, St.

In 2011, Brazilian artist Tatiana Blass pierced the walls of a Sao Paulo chapel with large masses of red yarn, letting the bright material trail into the surrounding grasses, landscape, and trees. The installation, titled Penelope, was named after Odysseus's wife in Homer's Odyssey, a

Tatiana Blass, “Penelope” carpet loom, wool yarn, chenille at the Chapel of Morumbi. Photos by Everton Ballardin In Brazilian artist Tatiana Blass pierced the walls of a Sao Paulo chape

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Bailey: Xenobia Bailey - Sistah Paradise great Wall of Fire Revival Tent crochet, cotton, acrylic yarns, 10 x diameter at Stefan Stux Gallery

favorite artist El Anatsui at the ROM  huge sculptural wallhangings made from recycled bottle caps and tins  Amazing work!!

El Anatsui Dusasa I Ghanian-born El Anatsui constructs large-scale, quilt-like sculptures comprised entirely of the aluminum wrappings from liquor bottles. The works take on this incredible life as it folds and ripples, mimicking a textile.

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