Gunta Stolzl | Bauhaus Weaver and Textile Designer I had to pin this one!! One of sections to complete within my project is "Looking at how repeat pattern is used within the art movement historically and culturally" Bauhaus was a classic art movement. I adore the colour of Gunta Stolzl. It's vibrant and cheerful. The pattern isn't to over the top either. I am going for an interesting surface pattern however i do not want it to be to heavy.
Nina Morgan I was born in Swansea,South Wales UK I studied Fine Art/Textiles at Central Saint Martins College, London & The West Wales School of Art where I achieved a First Class Hons Degree. My work often includes a wide variety of materials,Textures & layers. My Sketchbook was based on nostalgia & memories that are deeply personal & poignant.It`s a visual diary please enjoy
Textile Design by Tamar Branitzky. This particular piece is one of my favourites the technique of stitching ripped papper on to fabric and using water colour to exaggerate the disintegration of the papers create a highly delicate and intricate decoration that could work brilliantly in my own work in captured the movement and reaction of animals furs as the animal moves.