Shibori

I once infamously declared that I would never do shibori (or more particularly, stitched shibori) again. I should not have been so emphatic. These days shibori, and the art of folding and manipulating fabric to create pattern, is an integral part of my creative repertoire. I embrace its inherent serendipitous qualities.

Hope, Promise, Bounty: Reap What You Sow Canberra: Meeting Place by Brenda Gael Smith
Hope, Promise, Bounty: Reap What You Sow
80x60cm x 3 ©2012
Canberra
75 x52cm ©2013
Piece de Resistance ©2007 Brenda Gael Smith
Radiance ©2007 Brenda Gael Smith
Introspection ©2009 Brenda Gael Smith
Double Six ©2009 Brenda Gael Smith
Piece de Resistance
30 x 30cm ©2007
Radiance
30 x 30cm ©2008
Introspection
30 x 30cm ©2009
Double Six
50 x 50cm ©2009
Once in a Blue Moon ©2010 Brenda Gael Smith
Ice Crystals ©2010 Brenda Gael Smith
Firewheel Trio by Brenda Gael Smith
Tudibaring ©2008 Brenda Gael Smith
Once in a Blue Moon
30 x 30cm ©2010
Ice Crystals
30 x 30cm ©2010
Firewheel Trio
30 x 30cm ©2011
Tudibaring
50 x 50cm ©2009
Shining Through ©2010 Brenda Gael Smith Allagai Bay ©2009 Brenda Gael Smith Square Peg - Round Holes by Brenda
Shining Through ©2010
Allagai Bay 50x70cm ©2009
Square Peg: Round Holes
51 x 30cm ©2012