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ana teresa barboza (The Jealous Curator)

Mother Teresa once said, “How can there be too many children? That is like saying there are too many flowers.”  Do you agree with Mother Teresa?  If you do, help us defend #Life!

And let's feed and care for those unwanted precious babies! Mother Teresa once said, “How can there be too many children? That is like saying there are too many flowers.” Do you agree with Mother Teresa? If you do, help us defend

New Embroidered Landscapes That Cascade off the Wall by Ana Teresa Barboza

New Embroidered Landscapes That Cascade off the Wall by Ana Teresa Barboza

Fabric Art, Fiber Art, Art Designs, Sculpture, Wall Art, Stitch, Installation Art, Craft, The Metamorphosis

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9 Streets To Know in Old Havana

Zippora Seven and Teresa Oman shot by Ali Mitton in Havana, Cuba for BB Dakota Summer 2016

The origins of embroidery can be traced back to the Warring States period in China (500-300BC) and to Sweden's Migration period (300-700AD), and some would argue that it hasn't changed much over the centuries:

20 Artists Who Took Embroidery To The Next Level

Peruvian embroiderer and artist Ana Teresa Barboza creates embroidered natural landscapes that spill out of of their wooden frames, using threads of various size, color and length to invade our world

Ana Teresa Barboza (previously) produces embroidered landscapes with wandering streams that break the fourth wall, jumping off their 2D structures and cascading to the floor in waterfalls of blues and greens. The remaining landscape Barboza keeps in black and white, focusing the viewer's ey

New Embroidered Landscapes That Cascade off the Wall by Ana Teresa Barboza

Ana Teresa Barboza (previously) produces embroidered landscapes with wandering streams that break the fourth wall, jumping off their structures and cascading to the floor in waterfalls of blues and greens. The remaining landscape Barboza keeps in black

i’m jealous of ana teresa barboza

i’m jealous of ana teresa barboza (The Jealous Curator)

Embroidered Landscapes and Plants by Ana Teresa Barboza

Embroidered Landscapes and Plants by Ana Teresa Barboza

Los bordados de Ana Teresa Barboza - Cultura Inquieta

Los bordados de Ana Teresa Barboza

Ana Teresa Barboza - Thread and Needle 2 hate the themes' angst, but I love the originality in embroidery art. So unusual, but at least the artist used to have the guts !

Embroidered landscapes by Ana Teresa Barboza

Embroidered Landscapes by Ana Teresa Barboza

Peruvian embroiderer and artist Ana Teresa Barboza creates embroidered natural landscapes that spill out of of their wooden frames, using threads of various size, color and length to invade our world.

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