Dienstag, 15. August 2017

Rost und Gold von Juliette Eckel


Rost und Gold
Vor Jahren habe ich begonnen, Stoffe mit Rostpulver und Leim zu bearbeiten. Mein Workshop "Rust and Gold" war für eine lange Zeit ein Rennert.I m Laufe der Jahre entdeckte ich viele andere Techniken, um meine Stoffe zu rosten: zum Beispiel mit verrosteten Rohren oder mit "Nagel-Suppe", die Kombination von Ecoprint und Rost.

Ich finde die Kombination der Extreme Rost und Gold immer wieder spannend.
 
Meine Arbeit Rost zeigt eine Collage aus verschiedenen verrosteten Stoffen, die mit verschiedenen verrosteten Materialien verziert sind.

Rust and Gold 

Years ago I started to rust Fabrics with rust-powder and glue. My workshop "Rust and Gold" was very popular for a long time.
Over the years I discovered a lot other techniques to rust my fabrics: for example with rusted pipes or with "nail-soup", the combination of ecoprint and rust.
I still love the combination of rust and gold.
This work show a collage of different rusted fabrics, embellished with different rusted materials.


Ab sofort finden externe Bewerber das Anmeldeformular zum Projekt Rost auf der Homepage www.quilters-insel.de unter TEXNET 1 (http://www.quilters-insel.de/335601.html)
Please find the document for externe application under www.quilters-insel.de unter TEXNET 1 (http://www.quilters-insel.de/335601.html).
 


Montag, 31. Juli 2017

Rost von Birgit Dettmann

We are now working on the project Rust.
Weiter geht es mit dem Projekt Rost.


"Rost" - Detail von Birgit Dettmann

Mittwoch, 19. Juli 2017

Externe Bewerbung für das Projekt "Connections"

Zwei Arbeiten wurden für die Ausstellung TEXNET 1 beim EPM 2018 von der Gruppe ausgewählt. Wir gratulieren den Künstlerinnen und freuen uns auf ihre Arbeiten!

The group selected two artworks for the project "Connections", which will be shown with the exhibition TEXNET 1 at the EPM 2018. Congratulations to the artits!
 
Heidemarie Reineke 

                                                           Kommunikation 40x40cm




Katharina Zeides



Synapsen 40x 40 cm


 

Sonntag, 9. Juli 2017

Project "Rust" - Barbara Hertel and Inger-Ann Olsen



                                                            Barbara Hertel


Ein Sommerspaziergang durch Lavendelfelder. - A walk through lavender fields
during summertime. - Une promenade d'été à travers les champs de lavande.




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                                         Inger-Ann Olsen - Le Monde Aujourd´hui







Dienstag, 4. Juli 2017

Connections von Susanne Häusermann







Artist statement: Wassily Kandinsky, Paul  Klee and Gunta Stoelzl waren grossartige Kuenstler, alle Meister am „Bauhaus“ in Weimar (1921-1931) and Dessau (1932-1933). Sie haben sich beeinflusst, freundschaftlich unterstuetzt, gefoerdert, respektiert und vertraut. Ihre Verbindung ist auch in ihren Werken sichtbar. Ob gemalt oder gewoben, Vierecke, Dreiecke und Kreise sind die Basis ihrer Werke aus der gemeinsamen Zeit.

Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee and Gunta Stoelzl were great and unique artists, all masters at “The Bauhaus” in Weimar (1921-1931) and Dessau(1932-1933). They amicably supported, influenced, stimulated, respected and trusted each other. Their connection is also visible in their arts. Squares, triangles and circles, painted or woven, are basic to their work in those earlier times.

Sonntag, 25. Juni 2017

Silk and Connections form Andrea

 
 
 
Silk: spring
I made paper from bouret silk. Bouret silk is obtained from waste of the spice-spinning mill; there are short fibers, 
which I have glued with kudzu, a vegetable starch. And then sewn and dye. I have to stick or sew my work on a Plexiglas plate, but I do not know yet. 
 
 
 

Connection: bark
I just wanted to show you a beginning. I have several organza pieces sewn and embroidered,
then heated and torn apart
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Now everything has to be reconnected.

Dienstag, 20. Juni 2017

Connections from Juliette Eckel





My ideas for  my work "Circle meets square, meets....":
Every year I work on a special theme, two years ago it were the "colors of the coast of Australia", last year "circle" , "this year "circle meets square meets...."
The first piece I tried was made of a lot of printed fabrics, for me it was too busy...
Then I remembered that I always try to persuade my students, who take printing classes not to treat every printed piece as an artwork, but to cut it and combine it to other pieces. So did I. I had a wonderful piece I dyed years ago with a wax screen. It was one my best first trials and I just could not make up my mind to use/cut it.
As another of my goals is "keep it simple" I decided just to use one other piece of fabric and just a few different threads. For the printing of the fabrics I used the screen I used for my first projects.
This was the way I got the piece. Circles and squares are connected by machine and hand-stitching. This work is connected to my other pieces by the screen-printing.