A thought becomes a painted picture and further a woven piece of art. Mixing 5 threads to get the correct shades of colour, I'll be standing at my loom; catched in the power of creation.
The meeting between textile and metal communicates an inner conflict. Something is breaking down, rust and verdigris become fragments and traces of something that has occurred.
"To create mental conditions and lasting moments of colour mass, have today become the largest challenge for me."
Directions visualizes in my mind through forms, colours and lines. Lines are drawn with different kinds of crayons on a piece of paper. Ground colours and their complements are used as starters.
My biggest source of inspiration is the ancient textile techniques that both fascinates and provokes me.
A strong graphic expression characterizes my work. Repetition and patterns intermingled with curiosity for unique textile techniques and a keen interest in textile materials.
Världen, kontra våra innersta drömmar är frågor som jag arbetar med. I strama kompositioner finner du en värld av händelser och textila uttryck där materialets möjligheter utmanar och
Contemporary textile artist based in Malmö. Fabric printing and all its possibilities interest me. I make textile art for exhibitions and on commission. My issues are the process and the
It often begins with the thin thread. Slowly it transforms and becomes something bigger. The slow, monotonous and repetitive work makes room for ideas and thoughts to grow and get their form.
With the help of nets Elisabeths Brenner Remberg creates exciting and intricate works of art. Networking is nowadays a big part of her life.
“THE DIARY OF TELLUS” my latest project. The tapestries show details from the human body. My collages (www.agnetalind.se) give expressions of events in the human world on the planet Tellus.
Working with textiles have been my passion and hobby for 15 years. I have gone from classic patchwork to a more free expression during theese years and the possibilities fascinate me.
I work mostly with different textile materials, but also with paper, stone wood etc. There is an expression I'm looking for, the material is really subordinate.
My embroideries are made up of dense stitches, thin threads side by side builds up the surface.