Anne Mondro : Fibre Art Sculptor

Textile art is broad term that can encompass many types of approaches. Weaving is one of the earliest techniques. Here, threads are laced together on a loom at intersecting angles to form cloth. This is commonly seen in garments, but weaving can also be made into display artwork.

Knitting and crocheting are two other techniques for working with textiles. In both, large needles are used—double and single, respectively—to twist thread into different stitches, which in turn create larger patterns. These approaches are extremely common in your favorite sweater or blanket, but artists have co-opted as a means of expression.
One of contemporary artist in fiber art Anne Mondro making organic shape like anatomical object base from wire. It’s dramatic and minimalist object.

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