Paola Zanda – Artist style #3

Alberto Giacometti’s best-known subjects are the slender figures like the walking man. I took inspiration for the new challenge from a winter photo with my long shadow. To follow Giacometti’s style, I used minimalist embroidery to give a thread-like appearance to my figures

Material:
Colicot cotton dyed in layers with acrylic colours.
Machine quilting with embroidery and sewing threads in cotton.
Wadding.

  1. Chantal Guillermet

    We recognize immediately the elegance of the silhouette in Giamometti’s work as well as the mood of his paintings.

  2. Perfect transformation of Giacometti’s style into fiber, great job!

  3. carolinehiggs

    What a great idea to use your winter shadow to create this atmospheric piece in Giacometti’s style. Great work, well done.

  4. studiociboulette

    Beautiful and very reminiscent of Giacometti. I love the thread drawing, the long forms. Just beautiful!

  5. Maryte Collard

    Beautiful addition to your collection. So very minimalistic and very effective. Love your work!

  6. Beautiful idea and excellent work . Love the hand stitching you do and the minimalism in color and shape.

  7. The slender silhouettes are instantly recognizable as Giacometti’s style. The thread painting is very effective. Love the monochromatic colour palette.

  8. I love the subtle colors of the background fabric. The elegant figures are very well done.

  9. Superb, it love it to bits. Bravo

  10. I love the distortion of the human figure, still recognizable as such. Your subtle use of color, along with the high contrast threadwork makes your piece come alive.

  11. Very effective stitch work and so clever to think of using your long shadow as the starting point.

  12. Yes I immediately recognised Giacometti’s long figures that made him famous. Love your background fabric and the effective stitching of the figures,. Bravo.

  13. Lovely interpretation of Giacomettí’s slender figures. With minimalistic and very effective thread sketching and color choices, you have created strong figures that commands their surrounding space. Well done!

  14. joanbrailsford

    Definitely a Giacometti inspired piece and the use of minimal thread sketching works perfectly for this design. Beautiful work, well done

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