Featured Artist Interview : Isa Rodrigues

We are very excited to have textile artist Isa Rodrigues as our ninth artist. Isa is a textile artist and educator currently based in Brooklyn but who grew up on the coast of Portugal. She is a founding member and Co-Executive Director of the Textile Arts Center, an important resource for both the local and broader textileContinue reading “Featured Artist Interview : Isa Rodrigues”

Featured Artist Interview : Jessica Elena Aquino

We are very excited to have textile artist Jessica Elena Aquino as our eighth artist. Her work draws from her relationship to nature, memory, mythology and cultural iconography to create beautiful sculptural weavings and tapestries.  Scroll down to read the interview, learn about her process and enjoy photos of Jessica’s studio. How did you first get involved in theContinue reading “Featured Artist Interview : Jessica Elena Aquino”

Featured Artist Interview : Richard Saja

We are very excited to have textile artist Richard Saja as our seventh artist. His work focuses on the ability to change a historical narrative by adding what he terms “interferences” through embellishing found toile and tapestries with hand embroidery to adapt their original meaning, thus rewriting or updating history in a sense. Scroll downContinue reading “Featured Artist Interview : Richard Saja”

Featured Artist Interview : Emma Welty

return to our site We are very excited to have textile artist Emma Welty as our sixth artist. She is a researcher and weaver who focuses in on her relationship to the loom through craft legacies, inherited muscle memory and the links between textiles and language. Scroll down to read the interview, learn about her process andContinue reading “Featured Artist Interview : Emma Welty”

Featured Artist Interview : Emma Redmond

return to our site We are very excited to have textile artist Emma Redmond as our fourth artist of Contemporary @ Heirloom. Through exploration and experimentation with multiple textile mediums, Emma produces highly distinctive works. From placing holes in her quilts to utilizing funky vintage fabrics, she has created a subset of textiles that are extremely funContinue reading “Featured Artist Interview : Emma Redmond”