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Range of large Buttons by McAnaraks

Range of large Buttons by McAnaraks | Research for FMP | Scoop.it
handmade resin buttons, colourful,funky and vivid: of interest to button collectors, knitters, dressmakers, customisers, jewellers and bagmakers.
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Paper Art - 100 Extraordinary Examples of Paper Art | Webdesigner Depot

Paper Art - 100 Extraordinary Examples of Paper Art | Webdesigner Depot | Research for FMP | Scoop.it
Paper art can be traced back to Japan, where it originated over a thousand years ago.
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National Button Day is always on November 16th | Facebook

National Button Day is always on November 16th | Facebook | Research for FMP | Scoop.it
United Montessori Association wrote a note titled National Button Day is always on November 16th. Read the full text here.
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Manchester City Galleries - The First Cut

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An ambitious exhibition that will explore how the humble scrap of paper can be transformed into amazing creations. Bringing together a range of different artists and spanning across both Manchester Art Gallery and the Gallery of Costume.

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Naseem Darbey - artist and visual story teller who creates unique "hollow Drawings" using a sewing machine.

Naseem Darbey - artist and visual story teller who creates unique "hollow Drawings" using a sewing machine. | Research for FMP | Scoop.it
Naseem Darbey - artist and visual story teller who creates unique...

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Karly Shelton's curator insight, May 31, 2015 1:18 AM

Darbey is a textile artist whose main goal is to tranform her two-dimensional drawings into three-dimensional sculptures. She does this through the use of a sewing machine and water-soluble glue. The glue acts as a sort of binding agent that allows the thread to become pliable and manipulative.

 

This is the first time I have seen an artist combine thread with an adheasive to create sculptures. As with other fiber and textile artists Darbey is combing two materials in a unique way. I like the simplicity of the materials she works with yet the intricacy of her designs.

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Paper Art - 100 Extraordinary Examples of Paper Art | Webdesigner Depot

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Paper art can be traced back to Japan, where it originated over a thousand years ago.

 

Fantastic piece of work that would of taking hours to do .  


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62 Group

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The 62 Group is an artist led organisation. We aim to incorporate and challenge the boundaries of textile practice through an ambitious and innovative annual programme of exhibitions. Read more about our Exhibitions.


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Sampling at Nottingham Castle / News / Crafts Magazine / Crafts Council

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Work by textile artist Heather Belcher is shown alongside historic embroideries on loan from the Embroiderers’ Guild in Nottingham Castle’s latest exhibition, Sampling (until 26 April).

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Fibre Art – Experiments & Samples.

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Love the experimental use of the threads.


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