thracianthreads / restored tunic made of spondylus beads from the ‘Lake Town’ settlement near Varna on the Black Sea.

Restored tunic made of spondylus beads from the ‘Lake Town’ settlement near Varna on the Black Sea // Reckless Texture

The cutting of ceremony of 'The Unicorn at Bay'. Four years work, woven by three full time weavers — with gabriela cristu.

The cutting of ceremony of 'The Unicorn at Bay'. Four years work, woven by three full time weavers — with gabriela cristu.

hungarian costume full garment textile restoration by jean stranquist, seattle front view_finished

hungarian costume full garment textile restoration by jean stranquist, seattle front view_finished

❤ =^..^= ❤  In Milan’s Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio: Prof. Dr. Sabine Schrenk (r.) of the University of Bonn and Cologne textile restorer Ulrike Reichert with the valuable silk tunics.

From silk tunics to relics: Development of early relic veneration

Archaeologists working with restorers are preserving and studying tunics ascribed to St. In the course of examining these valuable silk garments, they have made surprising scholarly discoveries regarding the development of early relic worship.

Inside the Artist Studio with Katie Glusica::http://hkpowerstudio.com/inside-the-artist-studiokatie-glusica/ #sneakpeek #organizing #artstudio

In the Studio with Katie Glusica, an artist interview about organizing & process

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