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1 month ago

How top textile artists price their work

How top textile artists price their work
This month TextileArtist.org presents the third edition in a series of articles designed to debate the challenges you face every day as artists. Having dipped into the sketchbooks of a handful of our most popular collaborators and challenged a few others to reve ...
5 months ago

Putting on a solo exhibition

Putting on a solo exhibition
Nicola Henley studied Fine Art Textiles at Goldsmith’s college, London in 1984. After receiving a British Craft Council ‘Setting Up’ grant she worked as a Textile Artist in Bristol until moving to Ireland in 1991. She has exhibited and lectured widely ...
6 months ago

Talking about your work with confidence

Talking about your work with confidence
Originally from Canada, Andrea Graham is a multimedia artist based in San Diego, California, who exhibits, teaches and lectures globally. Her innovative use of both traditional nomadic and modern feltmaking techniques has been widely celebrated. Andrea uses ancien ...
7 months ago

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. Art ca ...
8 months ago

Selling your art online with marketing expert Cory Huff

Selling your art online with marketing expert Cory Huff
Does the business-side of the art world drive you mad? It can be a vicious circle. You love to make but don’t have the time or inclination to promote what you create. Then, because the money isn’t coming in, you struggle to stay afloat. Trying to expand your re ...
11 months ago

The difficulties of defining textile art

The difficulties of defining textile art
Erin M Riley learned sewing in Home Economics and set the record for threading the sewing machine in her class. It was something she was instantly hooked on and, for her next birthday, she received the sewing machine she still owns today. Her passion led to her s ...

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