Textile Art

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“Lena Kolb was born and raised in South Philadelphia where she currently lives. The focus of her art practice is using weaving, dying and image making to reflect on the power of fantasy and memory to shape our understanding of the world and our place within it. She currently is a professor in the Fibers and Material Studies departments at Tyler School of Art and Architecture and University of the Arts in Philadelphia. ”

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“In Mandarin, Bu means textile; Wu means objects. The studio designs and manufactures timeless fashion pieces including handbags, accessories and interiors using its exclusively designed fabrics. Each season the studio creates gorgeous handbags, accessories and interiors using lovingly designed fabrics. All products are made of the finest non-toxic fabric and are handcrafted by experienced local tailors. ”

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Katrina Majkut

“Katrina Majkut (My’kut), a visual artist, curator, and writer, is dedicated to understanding how social traditions impact social and civil rights. She uniquely pushes the boundaries of observational painting by using embroidery as a painting medium to create form or challenge its inherent social bias and history. Her heavy use of still lifes pioneer new intersectional, fourth-wave feminist strategies. Majkut exhibits nationally in both commercial and college galleries.”

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Balazs Viola

“Throughout her career, Balazs Viola has gained significant experience in pattern composition and placement on garments not only to cater to specific needs but also to achieve continuity by the seams and elevate the product. In recent times, she has mainly worked on digital printing projects, however, she also loves using manual techniques. Such as freehand drawing, painted elements, and dimensional structures. She finds making a pattern collection, the perfect way of telling a story.”

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Faye Spearpoint

“In her personal work, Faye Spearpoint likes to use dye paints and print on open mesh screens. The outcome is unique and organic. When working on set projects, she has a variety of mediums she uses to create artwork, often switching between them for specific aesthetics. She uses watercolour, gouache, inks, dyes, and open mesh print techniques to develop artwork. Her portfolio explores hand painted artwork into products. ”

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Hannah Lamb

“Hannah Lamb is a textile artist, lecturer and author, with a studio in Saltaire, West Yorkshire, UK. Her creative practice focusses on recording a sense of place through careful observation and material investigation. She works with a range of textile processes, including stitch, print and fabric manipulation, creating textile artworks from an intimate scale to larger installation works.”

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“Anelia Victor is a multidisciplinary artist with a focus on textile art and fashion whose practice explores sustainable textile practices while researching themes of Black histories, Queer histories, Afrofuturism, Caribbean Art histories, identity, race and the connection of people and the space they occupy. ”

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Saskia Wassing

“Saskia Wassing's family lives across the globe and she takes comfort in the memories and connections. Originally from England, tea drinking is all-important. The teacups, the history, and the memory they hold. Birds capture her imagination with their colorful plumage, habitats, and rituals becoming playful characters connected to and intertwined with the places she travels. Her process of layering and stitching provides an expression of her personal language, embroidery.”

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“Peggy Kuo is a pattern and illustration designer based in Los Angeles. She is constantly inspired by the visuals around her — film, photography, music, and landscapes. As Diana Vreeland said, “the eye has to travel”.”

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How to create an textile art portfolio website.

Attract clients with an textile art portfolio that highlights exactly who you are as an textile artist. Creating your own online textile art portfolio is easy and intuitive with a dedicated textile art portfolio website builder. Choose a website builder like Format that comes with blogging, SEO, social media tools, and an online store so you have everything you need to display your work brilliantly and grow your business. We’ve rounded up six simple tips to keep in mind when building your portfolio website.

  1. Sign up for a free trial with Format. No credit card required.
  2. Choose an textile art template. Don’t worry—if you change your mind later, you can easily switch templates.
  3. Upload your artwork. Create a gallery or custom page to display your work.
  4. Edit your site. Customize your site menu to include exactly what you want.
  5. Personalize your design. Make it yours and change options like the template preset, fonts, and colors.
  6. Ready to go further? Set up your store, add SEO or social media integration, and more—whenever you want.

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