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Textile artists inspired by birds

Textile artists inspired by birds
We can often identify the work of an artist by a certain motif or idiosyncrasy. Birds have been featured in artwork for centuries and seeing our feathered friends composed in thread is endlessly compelling In this article, part of our Discover… series, we t ...

How to ship your artwork

How to ship your artwork
Creating art requires passion, guts and determination. Textile art in particular can be labour intensive and time-consuming. So after that investment of mind, body and soul, there are few things more worrying than sending your most recent work to a new home. A ...

Cas Holmes: A continual challenge of ideas

Cas Holmes: A continual challenge of ideas
Community, teaching and consultancy work on exhibitions and art projects is founded on a lifetime working as a community artist. This includes work within education, museums and the health sector as well as projects in support of environmental conservation. Tr ...

Pamela Campagna: From conception to creation

Pamela Campagna: From conception to creation
Pamela Campagna was born in Bari and after travelling and living abroad for 15 years has returned to the south of Italy. In 2006 Pamela moved to Seville, where she co-founded with Tori Scheiderbauer L-ABLE, an art and design studio, concentrating its graphic w ...

Anne Kelly: The quotidian influence

Anne Kelly: The quotidian influence
Anne is an artist, author and tutor based in south eastern England. She trained as a fine artist in Canada, was awarded two consecutive Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation awards and travelled to the UK where she worked and trained in London at Goldsmiths Colle ...

How to write a compelling artist newsletter

How to write a compelling artist newsletter
When I first started writing the TextileArtist.org newsletter I didn’t have a clue what I was doing! It was unfocused, unclear and, worst of all, it had no clear benefit to the reader. Over the time we’ve been sending it out, we’ve analysed our open and ...

10 reasons why you should be art blogging

10 reasons why you should be art blogging
If you’re a contemporary artist competing into today’s fast-paced market, you can’t afford not to be art blogging. Why? Well, you invest your work with value; time, money, emotion. That work deserves to be shared with the world. A blog is a f ...

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