Susan Hensel’s new innovative artwork, which blends commercial embroidery processes with sculptural concerns, is gaining attention and awards.
Canadian artist Amy Friend’s love for photography and history and a passion for family roots exploration is beautifully manifested through her work with vintage photographs and slides.
Ruby Silvious is known for her work with teabags. Not only she has been painting intricate scenes and portraits, but she also used teabags as a medium to create collages and even clothing garments.
Each of Betsy Silverman’s collages involves an intensive search for images with the correct value, intensity, and hue, as well as printed words to represent a new photorealist form with layered meanings.
“I weave paper because I see the world as a tapestry – plaited with rich color, layered with stories of nature’s cycles, laced together by time” – Sue Britt.