Embroidery Magazine Jan/Feb 2023 (issue: January/February 2023)

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Embroidery Magazine Jan/Feb 2023

Bright and beautiful

With our January/February issue we aim to banish the January blues with some riotous colour. On the cover we feature passementerie (meaning trimmings of all kinds) by Libby Ashdown, who has single-handedly brought this ancient craft into focus and repurposed it for modern day life.

Further fabulous hues can be seen in Kate Tume’s new range of work, which focuses on death masks, allowing the artist to express her grief for her husband.

Meanwhile, Liz Cooksey is so pleased to leave kitchen-table making behind and head for a room of her own where everything is ordered and nothing is disturbed.

We profile Pippa Haynes of Lemon Pepper Studio whose beautiful artworks and kits are inextricably linked to the seasons.

We have a fresh talent section for you too, featuring some exciting textile artists, while experienced hand Anne Kelly tells us about her new works.

From New Zealand, we feature Victoria McIntosh who creates art out of rather industrial women’s underwear, while also from further afield, Raquel Rodrigo tells us how she got involved in cross stitch as street art.

Woo Jin Joo is a name many will know as she scooped the FATA prize. Woo Jin answers some questions about her works on the Korean ‘Dokkaebi’ or goblin. Meanwhile, American artist Robin McCarthy is a name you may not know but it is certainly one you should do as the artist deals with the big issues of the day, such as racism and gun crime.

In First Person, Sally Spinks captivates with her Random Acts of Kindness series, while fine artist Joy Pitts revels in using recycled labels to create art.

Last but not least, Ukrainian artist Anastasiia Podervianska describes what it’s like being an artist in Kyiv at the moment.

Plus, we have all your favourites, including courses, news, book reviews, exhibition reviews and what’s on.


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