The Woven Path: Belinda Evans

The Woven Path: Belinda Evans

We were first captivated by Belinda’s take on quality living: a slow and simple life filled with natural, sustainable materials, which then led us to wanting to discover more about her and her obsession with the natural world. A multidisciplinary artist with a penchant for exploration and foraging, we managed to get hold of the educator who prefers to work out of temporary studios. Read more on Belinda’s insightful and thoughtful journey below.

 

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The Woven Path: Ana Teresa Barboza

The Woven Path: Ana Teresa Barboza

Ana Teresa Barboza may have wanted to be a magician when she was 5, but we think her works prove that she’s so much more than that. With a deep understanding and appreciation for nature, Ana Teresa’s embroideries are truly stunning works of art. You’ve probably seen them around the web, but read on to find what really goes on behind these masterpieces.

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The Woven Path: Emilie Roter

The Woven Path: Emilie Roter

As a child, Emilie Roter was always exposed to different types of yarn, and though her grandmother tried to teach her knitting and needlework, back then she was more interested in playing (she was still a kid, after all!). Till one day, years later, she stumbled upon crocheting by chance, and the rest, as they say, is history…

 

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The Woven Path: Andreia Gomes

The Woven Path: Andreia Gomes

Andreia Gomes left her job as an interior stylist to focus on what she loves most: weaving. It is always daunting to make that first move and step into the unknown, but thanks to the support of her peers and followers on Instagram, Andreia elevated what was just a hobby to a full-time career. Get to know more of this Lisbon-based artist

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