I work with textiles, I'm a weaver and do everything by hand.
As a weaver and textile artist, my craft practice focuses on manipulating fibers to create tactile and visually appealing textiles.
What craft do you work with?
What inspires you to work with this craft?
I draw inspiration from the natural world, reflected in both my choice of hues and motifs. I depict the natural world around us. This attention to detail allows me to create textiles with a range of textures, that makes the motifs come alive
How do you start your creative process?
My attention to tactility is evident in every step of the process, from examining the materials to the weaving itself.
How would you best describe your workspace and what tools could you not do without?
My craft practice is grounded in creating textiles that engage both visually and physically, through the combination of materials, weaving techniques, and attention to detail.
Media & Contact
Website: LINDA NYVANG
Instagram: Linda Nyvang
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