Fiber Bubbles by Alejandro Sales, Barcelona, Spain. Here the bubbles are to capture and use the light as a enhancer vs. to hold the actual light, as so often with pendant lights. Here they are more akin to the crystals on a chandelier.
Emily Barletta Using mostly fiber, Emily Barletta’s work resembles nature’s unusual shapes and forms. These works are rich in color with their vibrant reds. In her most recent work, she creates elaborate designs using purely thread and paper.
Katharina Trudzinski‘s collection of sculptures and high-relief paintings are made from found objects that she skillfully pieces together. The German artist uses textures and patterns within her work that gives a nod to her training as a textile designer.