Massive Circular Weavings by Tammy Kanat Combine Intuitive Pattern-Making and Natural Fibers (8 pics)




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“Young Heart” (2018), wool, linen, silk, mohair, fibers and copper frame, 120 x 80 cm. All photographs by Emily Weaving , courtesy of the artist

Australian fiber artist Tammy Kanat uses unique combinations of richly textured fabrics and materials to form large-scale abstract wall weavings. The former jewelry designer began weaving in 2011, when she trained at the Australian Tapestry Workshop . Using an organically shaped ovoid metal frame, Kanat works in colorful natural materials like wool, mohair, silk, hemp, and jute to create her sculptural pieces. You can see more of creations on the artist’s Instagram . (via My Modern Met )

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“Blue Topaz” (2017), wool, linen, silk, fibers, and copper frame, 100cm diameter

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“Circle of Color” (2017), wool, linen, silk, fibers, and copper frame, 100cm diameter

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“Brave Heart” (2018), wool, linen, silk, fibers, and copper frame, 150 x 210 cm

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“Destiny” (2017), tapestry wool and copper frame, 100cm diameter

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“Pattern Play” (2018), wool, linen, silk fibers, and copper frame, 100cm diameter

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“Wilderness” (2018), wool, linen, silk, fibers, and copper frame, 150cm diameter

Massive Circular Weavings by Tammy Kanat Combine Intuitive Pattern-Making and Natural Fibers




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