Kate MccGwire

Kate MccGwire: Intrinsic to her method is the collecting and sorting of materials from hundreds of different sources over a period of months, even years. In turn, pieces evolve intuitively as if out of the subconscious, the language evocative rather than purely illustrative. As the work takes shape, a new, playful reality emerges, so that the object itself becomes a sort of prism, refracting the layers of meaning and cultural associations buried within, the quantity of materials used sometimes deliberately overwhelming, as if charged with a power and ambition beyond the reach they possess when seen in isolation.

  • Handknit Hugs
  • Twirly Fabulous Upcycled Sweater Skirts
  • A pincushion for every day
  • Fiber Jewelry by Susan Sanders
  • Photographic Collages by Matthew Parker
  • Fabric Balloon Ball For Big & Little Kids
  • Rainbow Crochet Toasties
  • "Brass" Knuckles Wood Teether

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