ana teresa barboza



Oh my word. So good!!! I wrote about another embroidery artist last week, and in the comments field someone {aka Kelsey from The Tarot Nook} suggested I take a look at the work of Peruvian artist Ana Teresa Barboza. Yep. I loved it. I’m quite sure that an audible little ‘gasp’ snuck out of me when I clicked through to Ana Teresa’s site. Some of her work is so simple, and other pieces are incredibly complex – but all of them have so much feeling – and some of those feelings are pretty uncomfortable, especially in those last two pieces! Ouch.






comments (19)

  1. brandi marie /// 10.15.2013 /// 7:31am

    The images just kept getting better as I scrolled! Fantastic!

  2. Julie /// 10.15.2013 /// 3:45pm

    Oh, these are haunting, and amazing…

  3. Meredith Adams [Brilliant Light Photography] /// 10.15.2013 /// 4:56pm

    wow, absolutely incredible. Love the artists you share.

  4. Julia /// 10.16.2013 /// 6:54am

    Astonishing, wow! Thank you for sharing!

  5. Kelsey Lynore /// 10.16.2013 /// 6:33pm

    Oh, wow!! I’m so happy that you enjoyed her work! I thought you would; she’s one of my favorite contemporary artists. Simply stunning. :)

  6. the jealous curator /// 10.16.2013 /// 6:51pm

    yes! loved all of it so much! thank you for the tip! : )

  7. Erin's Creative Energy /// 10.17.2013 /// 6:45am

    Wow!

  8. Susan /// 10.18.2013 /// 8:41am

    LOVE her work; I’m totally jealous of, too!

  9. Kelsey Lynore /// 10.18.2013 /// 7:44pm

    Hi Jealous Curator,
    I just stumbled upon more mixed media embroidery that you might like: http://my-bones.tumblr.com/tagged/works. I’ve sent you to her works page. From what I can tell, she operates entirely independently off of her Tumblr; if people want to buy her art, they simply email her. Pretty cool! I love this wave of weaving and stitching, the overt feminization of art and its indistinction from craft. Anyway, FYI. :)
    Take care,
    Kelsey

  10. annton /// 10.19.2013 /// 2:58am

    those are so good, I have almost no words for it. the stitch into the chest, amazing. this work caught me on a level, I wasn’t expecting.

  11. Rachel /// 10.19.2013 /// 7:13am

    Just too stunning for words.

  12. Teresa /// 10.19.2013 /// 7:41am

    Stunning work, Love love love

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