Hoda Zarbaf’s Art

Hoda Zarbaf’s Art

  Hoda Zarbaf is a multidisciplinary artist born in Tehran, Iran. She currently lives in Toronto, Canada. Zarbaf uses recycled textiles, pre-owned clothing, old toys and a variety of found objects to make intriguing sculptures and installations that reflect on...
Fabric Sculptures by Simone Pheulpin

Fabric Sculptures by Simone Pheulpin

 . Born in 1941, Simone Pheulpin is a French textile sculptor who lives and works in the Vosges. Her unique technique consists of the careful and repetitive folding of unbleached, rough cotton bands. Pins hidden in the heart of each work allow the holding of the...
Ceramic and Yarn Sculptures by Emily Barletta

Ceramic and Yarn Sculptures by Emily Barletta

Emily Barletta is a Brooklyn-based artist working with materials such as clay, yarn, thread, and paper. I invite you to follow her Instagram account for updates about her work. The pieces featured here are made of ceramic structures, thread, and...
Hiroyuki Hamada’s Sculptures

Hiroyuki Hamada’s Sculptures

Hiroyuki Hamada (b. 1968, Tokyo) has exhibited throughout the United States and in Europe and is represented by Bookstein Projects. He has been awarded various residencies including those at the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, the Edward F. Albee...
Theo Riviere’s Sculptures

Theo Riviere’s Sculptures

Theo Riviere is a textile designer and sculptor. He graduated from Leeds College of Art. The artist built this series of objects using layers of plywood, cork, and Plexiglas. Some of these sculptures are available...
Shannon Goff’s Cardboard Sculptures

Shannon Goff’s Cardboard Sculptures

Shannon Goff works with sculpture, ceramics, and drawing. Her work, often large scale, typically employs clay or cardboard. She has lived and worked in Chicago, Detroit, Providence, Kyoto, Dallas, Sheboygan, and State College, PA, often with her husband Tom Lauerman,...
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