Tuesday, October 6, 2009

stitched collections.

stitched rolodex cards

I fell upon the work of Daniella Woolf from a mention in the SDA newsletter. Combined with my own exploration of expanding how I can use the stitch and collection along with wanting to encourage folks to expand their interpretation of fiber work for the collective thread exhibition-
I was enamored.

stitched collection of personal checks.

I particularly like Daniella's installations which are simple in the daily act of collection required to create and build them as well as the simplicity in their form.

created from tea tags.

created from tea bags.

I have a few friends that have worked with tea bags- as they are, for many of us, a daily reminder of ritual and routine. Daniella's tea pieces are some of the most successful that I have seen.

tea tags.

She also creates some very lovely encaustic pieces...

encaustic found paper.

and has a series of words works that reference her use and need for daily journaling in her daily practice as an artist.



Her word works draw to mind a number of minimalist greats including Agnes Martin and On Kawara.

See more here.

2 comments:

Brittany Noel said...

oh, oh man. i love this. what a beautiful concept and execution. definitely going to bookmark her site. thank you, ma'am!

Joetta M. said...

def. worth the bookmark! her work is just gorgeous...