Friday, January 03, 2014

Fiber Art:Voices of the Tribe #2

 Here are two more pieces of Dina O'Sullivan's "Creation" objects of fiber art as seen in Unity-Unitarian's gallery for visual art pieces. One is Asian and the other is African.


If you missed the two I posted yesterday, click here.

18 comments:

  1. She makes wonderful creations.

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  2. Looks like there's lots of handwork on these pieces!

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  3. I find these attractive even if they have little heads. :)

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  4. They really are marvellous Kate, these and the two yesterday..

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  5. I agree. These are pretty cool. My aunt traveled the world and collected similar pieces.

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  6. Such beautiful things. I wonder how it would feel to wear one.

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  7. I love that even though they are same in size and build, they each have something symbolic of what they represent.

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  8. The African one is my favorite.

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  9. Wonderful pieces, I slightly like more the African one...

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  10. Love the African colours... but Africa is my favourite continent, so... :-)

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  11. I think my favorite is yesterday's red Native American; the African is a strong second. I wish the heads were larger - they seem almost cartoonish to me - but I suppose a fabric artist wants the fabrics to take center stage.

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  12. So far apart and yet so similar

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  13. The kimono style catches my eye. Mystic bird and unicorn has me wondering!

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  14. I like the African one.

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  15. It was interesting seeing these and the ones from yesterday.

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  16. I like the colours, particularly in the African one.

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  17. The heads are meant to be small.It is a right of the artist to make it the way they want.

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