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#ClippedOnIssuu from Traces: Mapping a Journey In Textiles

#ClippedOnIssuu from Traces: Mapping a Journey In Textiles

Sue Hotchkis / Susan Hotchkis -- textile designer stitched abstract art: Water

Sue Hotchkis / Susan Hotchkis -- textile designer stitched abstract art: Water

Susan Hotchkis - felt, cotton H162.cm X W51cm x D10cm. Notes: Will be in Fiberart International 2016 Pittsburgh USA May 6th- Aug 21st

Susan Hotchkis - felt, cotton H162.cm X W51cm x D10cm. Notes: Will be in Fiberart International 2016 Pittsburgh USA May 6th- Aug 21st

Sue Hotchkis Fibre Artist stitched abstract art: Verdigris Mixed media, embroidered 145cm H x 48cm W

Sue Hotchkis Fibre Artist stitched abstract art: Verdigris Mixed media, embroidered 145cm H x 48cm W

I am an artist with a passion for texture, surface and space, creating unique printed and stitched abstract pieces. My surrounding environment has always influenced me the most; I’m drawn to the insignificant and overlooked. I take photographs all the time, especially when travelling. As in the Japanese aesthetic wabi-sabi, I treasure the imperfections found in the natural changes that occur in such things as weathered wood, crumbling plaster and peeling paint. My aim is to create fragment…

I am an artist with a passion for texture, surface and space, creating unique printed and stitched abstract pieces. My surrounding environment has always influenced me the most; I’m drawn to the insignificant and overlooked. I take photographs all the time, especially when travelling. As in the Japanese aesthetic wabi-sabi, I treasure the imperfections found in the natural changes that occur in such things as weathered wood, crumbling plaster and peeling paint. My aim is to create fragment…

I am an artist with a passion for texture, surface and space, creating unique printed and stitched abstract pieces. My surrounding environment has always influenced me the most; I’m drawn to the insignificant and overlooked. I take photographs all the time, especially when travelling. As in the Japanese aesthetic wabi-sabi, I treasure the imperfections found in the natural changes that occur in such things as weathered wood, crumbling plaster and peeling paint. My aim is to create fragment…

I am an artist with a passion for texture, surface and space, creating unique printed and stitched abstract pieces. My surrounding environment has always influenced me the most; I’m drawn to the insignificant and overlooked. I take photographs all the time, especially when travelling. As in the Japanese aesthetic wabi-sabi, I treasure the imperfections found in the natural changes that occur in such things as weathered wood, crumbling plaster and peeling paint. My aim is to create fragment…

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