From the exhibition Nurture.
Materials: Japanese silk, silk organza, silk georgette, resist dyed, silk thread
Dimensions: 1620 x 320
“There is making after making.”
In Loopholes, disruptive patterning is achieved by layering and stitching. In a process of adding and subtracting, masking and revealing, textile artist and designer, Barbara Rogers, incorporates innovative shibori techniques with other traditional resist-dye processes in her unique artworks to create subtly varied patterns and rhythms that work in harmony with the cloth.
Rogers has gained international acclaim for her work which has been exhibited in Australia and internationally.
Available for shipment or collection from 25 October 2022.
Craft ACT: Craft + Design Centre acknowledges the Ngunnawal people as the traditional custodians of the ACT and surrounding areas. We honour and respect their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this country and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region. We aim to respect cultural heritage, customs and beliefs of all Indigenous people.