Get yourself a nice cup of tea and curl up with this brilliant chapter from T’ai Smith’s book Bauhaus Weaving Theory: From Feminine Craft to Mode of Design.
The Haptics of Optics: Weaving and Photography
Thanks to All! MANY THANKS to Warren Wilson College, the Windgate Charitable Foundation, the presenters, artists, venues, +and participants, sponsors and all who attended for making photo+craft a memorable event!!
Lia Cook: Fibers in the B... “I’m almost as interested in how a scientist responds to my work as I am about how the artist or art critic does.” — Lia Cook. Working
Introducing Christina Z. ... Bentley Archives .129, Mordancage 2010 (posted by Anna Helgeson) I would like you to meet another*artist participating in Authentic Constructions: Christina Z. Anderson. Christina is invested in the
A Tapestry of Selfies: Th... Check out Lynn Trenning’s post on the McColl Center’s blog: A Tapestry of Selfies: The Art of Erin M. Riley See additional work here: Erin M. Riley
“Ghosts in the Mach... “Technically the pictures are compiled in Photoshop so that the figures that are falling and the backgrounds are from different places. I’d also thought about combining technology
Asheville Grit on Photo+C... (from article by Ali McGhee, published in Asheville Grit, with new photos) The inaugural photo+craft event, which takes place from March 31-April 3rd in downtown Asheville and
Ann Hamilton and Sally Ma... (By Ann Batchelder) Photographs and textiles provide clues to a personal as well as cultural presence. Both reference time and place; both also absorb light and memory
Photography as (capital C... (By Anna Helgeson) I recently ruffled some feathers by asking if photography should be considered a Craft medium rather than a Fine Art medium. For anyone even
Art and Photography Books... Working with the best. How to Make a Book with Steidl Gerhard Steidl: “I turn everything upside down”
“This is a Photogra... Sally Mann, Untitled (Self Portraits), ambrotype, 2006-2012 (post by Bridget Conn) In April of 2015, photographic artist Dan Estabrook organized a round-table discussion at Penland School of Crafts