Find more of her work that can be worn by both women and men at her website.
A new series of paper thread necklace is ready and I am happy that I can present them here at the blog. Luis Acosta says: The first objects records for these necklace were the textile installations based my own interpretation of the Quipus, knot in Quechua language. From this point I continued to experiment with simple forms… Read more »
I wrote about Marina in July (see link to previous blog post about her below) because I found her work inspiring – the movement and the rhythm is what I especially look at when I look at her pieces. More at her website.
And I also have to show you these images… Find more in my previous post about Gabriela Horvat (link in the bottom of this blog post) and at her website.
Here you see 3 images of work by Marina Massone from Argentina. You find much more of her work at her website.
Today I am blogging about an artists, Gabriela Horvat, that I am very inspired by. It is the materials, the rhythm, the colours, the texture.
Silvina Romero is from Buenos Aires, Argentina – take a look at her site.
Sometimes merging things – in this case two different techniques of craft – gives a new an interesting outcome. This brooch is made by jimenarios from Argentina. Find a number of other pieces at her site or blog.