Admiring the stunning embroidery work of textile artist Jennifer Plott. The Santa Maria, California-based artist is completely self-taught with no artistic training or education at all. Her work uses simple symmetrical shapes and patterns adding nature in her recent designs. On an article in Ballpitmag she says this about her inspiration:
“I am most often inspired by nature. I am fascinated by trees (especially bare branches). In the past year or so, I’ve been getting more and more interested in stitching floral designs. At the same time, I am equally fascinated by creating geometric patterns and abstract designs. I am inspired by beautiful textiles and fabrics. I find ideas for color schemes in so many places. Literally everywhere I go! I’m always trying to pay attention so I don’t miss out on something inspiring.”
The artist can be followed on Instagram and a few of her items can be purchased in her Etsy shop, SeasideFoxArtwork.
Images: Courtesy of Jennifer Plott.
Don’t know much about embroidery artist Georgina Buentiempo but we do like her work. We also know she likes hand embroidery boards, scissors, black thread and El Corazón.
You can find the artist on Facebook and Instagram. Her hand embroidered hoops and accessories can be purchased on her Etsy shop, LaBuentiemperia.
Images: Courtesy of Georgina Buentiempo.
UK textile artist Darren Ball received a BA degree in fashion textile from Middlesex Polytechnic and worked as a freelance artist. He taught himself machine embroidery while teaching art and textiles. His work combines layers of new and historical textiles with stitches of free embroidery to create these incredible stylized images.
The artist can be found on his website and on Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Darren Ball.