For two years, the wonderful Arlee Barr wrote a monthly post on the site, exploring art techniques, theory and practice. They were fascinating articles and we’d like to share a list of some of her earlier posts for you to peruse:
- ARTeries – Colour – getting to grips with colour theory.
- ARTeries – Hippie Embroidery – dude!
- ARTeries – Sarubobo:addictively sweet!!! – Sarubobo are Japanese good luck charms – find out all about ’em!
- ARTeries – Alternative Fabrics – Thinking outside of the (cloth) box.
- ARTeries – Math, Science and the Textile Artist – How the sciences can help you with your arts.
- ARTeries – Text and Textiles – Weaving words.
Get yourself a hot drink and take the time to read Arlee’s posts. They’re great. 🙂
Arlee Barr is a Canadian artist, working primarily with textiles. She describes herself as “curious, eccentric and just a little opinionated“. Surrealist in thought, Fauvist at heart, Arlee likes the eclectic, explorative and absurd. Sprinkled around the interwebs, she can be found hanging around her fantastic blog and shop.
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