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Sarah Abbott

Like UK-based artist, Sarah Abbott, we have a strong affinity for flowers and other natural elements which is why we were drawn to her highly appealing artwork. The talented illustrator and designer has a degree in fine art printmaking and has worked on a variety of commercial and personal projects . We love her distinct style, minimal and clean.

You can follow the artist on her website, Facebook and Instagram. She sells her
prints on Etsy under the shop name, Watersounds.

Images: Courtesy of Sarah Abbott.

Stephanie K. Clark

Amazed at these incredible embroidered pieces created by Salt Lake City-based artist Stephanie K. Clark. The artist considers herself a painter using a mixture of paint, chalk, pencil and thread. On her website she writes about her ‘thread painting’ craft as follows:

“The process of transforming string into art struck me as something visually stimulating with complex simplicity. My background in painting has allowed me to explore the material using techniques that derive more from the worlds of drawing and painting, engaging both traditional and innovative techniques in employing formal qualities with density, texture and pattern.”

“The embroidery floss is my palette and the needle is my paintbrush. I create a method of embroidering the threads in an arrangement that would initially create value, color, depth and as I lay the colors down they instantly blend themselves. This process has had its way with me, leading me from hobby to art. My work is an ode and influenced by the worlds of tapestry and my love for craft. Using thread instead of oils has allowed me to bring new purpose to my painting process. My work blurs the lines between fine art and craft.”

You can see more of her work on her website, Facebook and Instagram.

Images: Courtesy of Stephanie K. Clark.

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