Art

Art

From sculptures to drawings to paintings to ceramics to art quilts to mixed media and more – be inspired to tell your story with art.

Browse through our interviews with artists and art projects to be inspired to make your own art.

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Without formal art training - but with an innate need to create, Deborah Weir's fiber art career was sparked when she saw textiles displayed as fine art in the 1970s....

Combining the essence of the flora that surrounds her Virginia home with her Scandinavian esthetic, Lotta Helleberg uses botanical contact printing (AKA eco-printing) as a foundation for her fiber art....

Finding her creative path with a focus on issues that affect people's everyday lives, Sue Burley uses textiles to give form to her ideas. One piece inspires the next -...

Mary Vaneecke is a fiber artist with a passion for social issues and making a difference with her work. From small art quilts to curating a huge installation of 23,000...

ART CLOTH is cloth TRANSFORMED by adding or subtracting color, line, shape, texture, value, or fiber to CREATE a compelling surface. This is the Art Cloth Network's definition.  Art Cloth Network...

The central focus in this quilt is a large crate. Our Mother tells the story of their sea shipment arriving in a large wooden crate, the excitement of having a few...

Barbara O'Steen's art career has spanned many years and many obstacles that would have kept a lesser woman down. Through gender barriers, supporting a young family as a widow and...

When Australian mixed-media artist Tara Axford discovered she could bring printmaking into her home studio with adapted equipment, it changed her creative life. It opened up the possibilities of using...