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March 29, 2016 AT 4:00 pm

Sam P Gibson Embroiders Eyes #ArtTuesday

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These eyes are such a joy to look at! From Creative Boom:

In her ongoing series of stitched illustration and textile art, Sam P Gibson painstakingly hand-embroiders the most stunning threaded eyes, so they look as though they have been drawn onto a sheet of paper instead of created with a needle and thread.

“My stitched illustrations are developed from a desire to move away from regular embroidery and explore other subject matter within this medium,” Sam explains. “I had been taught to sew as a child and had continued to enjoy the labour intensive aspect of hand embroidery but wanted to move my work into a more drawing based direction.”

Read more and check out Sam P Gibson’s site and Etsy shop


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