Linda Sorkin Eisenberg
"Everything I Know...Almost"

Pictures

Statement

Process

 

Pictures

 

 
(Photos by Bill Crofton)

Return to Top

Statement

Robes are worn on different occasions in many cultures. My robe represents the many facets of a woman.

I used copper wire to create this garment. The crochet technique reminded me of our inner structure of veins, capillaries, arteries and muscles.

The wire and brillo pads represent an outer shell. Ribbons and other fibers symbolize softness and vulnerability.

While areas of the robe are dense and mask the body, other areas are see-through, revealing a sensual and vibrant woman.

 

Return to Top

Process
 
     
     

 

Return to Top


Contact Webmaster at WomensJourneysinFiber at gmail.com

© All Rights Reserved
All text and images are the copyright of Women's Journeys in Fiber or the individual artists. Reproduction of any kind is prohibited without prior written consent.

Last Updated April 6, 2013