Aunt Bucky loves all types of handmade embellishments, and embroidery work is so inspiring and beautiful.
Australian visual artist Meredith Woolnough has a special technique we’ve never seen before.
She traces a natural form onto her water-soluble fabric. Then, once she has embroidered her art onto the fabric and dissolved it, she mounts the resulting artwork on a piece of paper, a wall, or whatever other format the artwork demands. Some are even suspended in clear resin or framed. And she does it all with a regular domestic sewing machine!
Check out Woolnough’s blog, which has more of her art as well as tips and tricks for people looking to embroider their own nature art. You can also learn more about how she makes her embroidery by reading her interview with Bored Panda here!
– Aunt Bucky
‘made with love Aunt Bucky’