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Biomorphic Art on Etsy

Today I decided to post work by artists on Etsy that have a organic feel. I would love to own all of these creations!  

Fabbiz is a design studio where two friends, Foo a graphic designer, and Bim a textile designer, work together. They are Thai and live in Bangkok. The work below, Stack,  is a piece of embroidery art and was inspired by stacked rocks in the woods. Absolutely beautiful.


                  Stack by Fabbiz


Focuslineart is work by Tracy Melton, a full time artist based in Asheville, NC. The piece below is made from slices of elm and painted with acrylic. I love how the growth rings are accentuated with paint. The work maintains an organic feel while surprising you with bursts of color.



Paperfaerie is work by Yvette Hawkins, an artist and writer living in the North East of England. Her piece below, Cone Book Sculpture,  is made from a recycled paperback novel! The book sculpture is individually hand folded and takes hours to complete. Delicate and beautiful.



Nfall2rt are handcrafted creations by Nancy Fallon who lives in Baltimore.  She creates knitted works, mixed media art and more. The piece below, Contained Series-Mini (Green) , is a 2D mixed media work constructed of cotton fabric, vellum, thread and ink. The piece is subtle and sublime. Lovely.



Elementclaystudio is a shop with ceramics by Heather Knight from Asheville, NC.  Her work is inspired by all aspects of nature. Her Micro Tiles posted below are made from fine porcelain. Pictured clockwise from top left is nini, lichen, durian and reef. I love all the textures. It would be wonderful to have these organic inspirations hanging in my home. 


There are so many talented artists to discover on Etsy!!

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