Primarily a fiber artist, I experimented with fusing oxidation processes (in painting) with textile art. The pressed physalis blossom fragments were found in my garden. The blatant contrast between the bright orange of the background and the turquoise "patina puddles" is intentional and follows the coloring decomposition of the original plant.
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The piece is ready to hang (comes with small hook glued on back) or to be put in a shadow frame (not included).
Techniques: collage and hand embroidery
Materials: fabric, acrylic ink, yarn, acrylic paint, oxidated metal powder, graphite, decomposed plant material, wood
Measurements: 15 x 15 x 1.3 cm
|Dimensions||5.9 × 5.9 × 0.5 in|
Claudia Jaeggi Textile Art
I am a part-time Swiss textile artist and special education teacher. As hand embroidery is used in both arts and crafts, I like to create higher end wall art and sculptures as well as unique accessories and home decor for your personal use.
Where possible, I use upcycled materials, acid free papers, color fast yarns and high quality picture frames.
Don’t hesitate to contact me in case you have an idea that you want me to translate into stitch – I am happy to do commissions!
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Primarily a fiber artist, I experimented with fusing oxidation processes (in paint) and embroidery. I love earthly colors, and surprisingly, the vintage lace could quite easily be stitched on after being manipulated with iron and oxidator!
- unique art quilt by Claudia Jäggi
- hand embroidered, hand and machine quilted
- upcycled fabric scraps used
- with intriguing details
- 62 x 64 cm
Fusion of textile art and collage making; vintage lace and stitch combined with rusted copper particles on wood.
Primarily a fiber artist, I experimented with fusing oxidation processes (in paint) and embroidery. I love earthly colors and rust, and the contrasting colors in this piece remind me of a partially rusted ship's bilge.