Art Cloth - Artitela

This artcloth underwent a series of surface design processes: scrunched, dipped and dripped soy wax, discharged, silkscreened and desconstructed dyeing. But it's not finished yet!


  1. Love what you do with paper and cloth. This piece is amazing, makes me want to get busy = very inspiring, as is your paper casting! Thank you for visiting my Magpie's Nest :)

  2. Thaks for stopping by my blog and your lovely comment. You have a fantastic blog. It's like taking an art class!!
    LOVE Valentine Doves, so many interesting details.

  3. Well, thanks for the warm hug!
    I need it after 9" of snow.
    Happy days,

  4. Hi! I've been "off the grid" for a while, but trying hard to re-connect! I LOVE your blog! Your work is wonderful! This last piece in particular is really beautiful. I love the colors and the texture! I'll be officially following from now on! :-)

  5. Hi Margaret
    I like this idea.
    I have just bought a Maggie Grey book on Raising the Surface,
    I do these kind of things so thought
    Ihad better get the guru to teach me .

    All your work is amazing and I love the tuts you give us so generous.
    So happy to have you as a follower I'll have to lok in here more often.
    Have a lovely day.

  6. Sorry Margarita, love your name dont know why I got it wrong.
    Still any beautiful person is still a beautiful person by any name . What say you.
    Elizabeth XX

  7. I can't wait to see how this turns out. You have some great work on your blog Marga.


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