Posted by specialK September 27, 2012

Chris Roberts - Antieu creates 'fabric paintings': a process composed of free-hand cut cloth shapes with borders defined by a sewing machine and embroidery. The topics and subjects she chooses to portray range from editorials to how to make chicken salad. The combination of her distinctive style & the literal glimpses into her brain & sense of humor left me anxious to see her next piece.  

 Chris' work shows us how much she really loves dogs.

Please check out Chris Roberts - Antieau's website to see more of her incredible work. She has original pieces for sale as well as prints. 



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