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34 with Scars  José Leonilson (Brazilian, 1953-1993)  1991. Synthetic polymer paint, embroidery thread and plastic tacks on voile, 16 1/8 x 12 3/16” (41 x 31 cm

34 with Scars by José Leonilson, 1991 - Synthetic polymer paint, embroidery thread and plastic tacks on voile - 16 x 12 x 31 cm

Tecidos, linhas, bordado. Leonilson. Esse material de infinitas possibilidades (seja por cor, aspecto, etc) pra mim tem muito uma relação de afeto, principalmente por conta do ato de fazer.

Tecidos, linhas, bordado. Leonilson. Esse material de infinitas possibilidades (seja por cor, aspecto, etc) pra mim tem muito uma relação de afeto, principalmente por conta do ato de fazer.

Leonilson no Itaú Cultural - 17/02/2018 - Ilustrissima - Fotografia - Folha de S.Paulo

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José Leonilson 34 with Scars, 1991 Synthetic polymer paint, embroidery thread and plastic tacks on voile x 31 cm) The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Profile: Jae Maries    In her work, Jae explores her personal environment through a Visual Diary. She combines several techniques including oil painting, printing and hand and machine stitching. She has work in several public collections and has just published her new book Contrasting Elements. She is Chairperson of the 62 Group of Textile Artists.    More details                Details

Concepts My main themes either evolve from my sketches of people in their everyday environment into life-size figures in paint and fabric (Chance Encounters), or from my visual diaries.

Rebecca Harris: Scars from Obesity

Rebecca Harris: Scars from Obesity

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