I don’t have a ton of information about the fiber creations of Russian artist Irina Andreeva, but I don’t need any to know how amazing her art is. She doesn’t speak of her techniques on her blog but in the photos I can see needle felting, wet felting, knitting and embroidery, all worked together to create touching, whimsical, contemplative scenes and sculptures.
Irina’s blog bio (translated from Russian by Google) reads:
“I love to communicate, to meet, to share, to walk, summer, spring, winter, fall. I love when everything has its own character, aroma, texture, idea.”
In each of her pieces, I can see her passions. Check out the rest of her blog and see for yourself.
(Big ups to our own Mr X Stitch for pointing me in Irina’s direction!)
Felter Skelter is written by Moxie, who is an artist, fiber pusher and genuine human being. We’re all in the same boat, kid.
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