Olga de Amaral incorporates paint, gesso and precious metals into her fiber art, transforming "two-dimensional textiles into sculptural works that seamlessly integrate art, craft, and design." The result is breathtaking.
'Field of dreams', Susila Bailey-Bond, papercut on wire with silver leaf, Woolff Gallery
Calligraphy done with paper pulp make up these sculptures by Miriam Londoño “The structure of these books intend to trigger meanings in the mind: what makes a book? Is it the words or the pages, or both? Seen as a sieve of ideas, the books stop being page-by page compilations, to be transformed into fragile nets catching language’s essentials metaphors.”