Canadian artist, Meghan Price is a graduate of Textile Construction, using yarn, as well as wire, metals & screen-printing to achieve her delicate work. A link to her site is under Blogroll

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mprice_starlings.jpgActing Like Starlings, wire drawings /

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amprice_flight_thumbnail.jpgFlight Grid, jacquard weave /

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Habitat Wave, made of waterjet cut steel /

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Astronautics, ‘The project includes a series of six wire drawings and six screen-prints. The prints depict the found diagrams perforated with constellations of pinpricks. The use of pins is instrumental to the process of drawing with wire’ /

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Archaelogical Fancy, ‘imagining what the holes contain, is a screen-printed diptych built from the superimposed negative images of multiple pieces of antique lace’ /

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