Jennifer Collier explores the 'remaking' of household objects by stitching found and recycled papers. Her practice focuses on creating work from paper; by bonding, waxing, trapping and stitching she produces unusual paper ‘fabrics’, which are used to explore the ‘remaking’ of household objects. The papers are treated as if cloth, with the main technique employed being stitch; a contemporary twist on traditional textiles. www.unittwelve.co.uk

Jennifer Collier explores the 'remaking' of household objects by stitching found and recycled papers. Her practice focuses on creating work from paper; by bonding, waxing, trapping and stitching she produces unusual paper ‘fabrics’, which are used to explore the ‘remaking’ of household objects. The papers are treated as if cloth, with the main technique employed being stitch; a contemporary twist on traditional textiles. www.unittwelve.co.uk

jennifer collier::the empty teabags provide little pockets which when stuck together from the fabric of the glove and stitched together exactly as you would a fabric glove

jennifer collier::the empty teabags provide little pockets which when stuck together from the fabric of the glove and stitched together exactly as you would a fabric glove

i love the work of artist jennifer collier. jennifer focuses on creating work from recycled paper; by bonding, waxing, trapping and stitching she produces unusual paper ‘fabrics’, which are used to explore the ‘remaking’ of household objects.

i love the work of artist jennifer collier. jennifer focuses on creating work from recycled paper; by bonding, waxing, trapping and stitching she produces unusual paper ‘fabrics’, which are used to explore the ‘remaking’ of household objects.

from julie jowett's class w/ jennifer collier    tea bag technique  Using an iron (not your best one!) to melt a candle on  teabag of beautifulness and this makes it all   transparent when given a quick run over with the iron afterwards.

from julie jowett's class w/ jennifer collier tea bag technique Using an iron (not your best one!) to melt a candle on teabag of beautifulness and this makes it all transparent when given a quick run over with the iron afterwards.

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