“So many people have returned to embroidery lately as an art form, you could talk about it being elevated from craft to art, with the comfort of why you do it as an artist as opposed to being able to paint, because it’s handy and you can pick it up easily and keep returning to it. There is a turning away from slick commercial art, back to “evidence of hand” people want to know the art they are holding was made by someone that is accessible to them and not high brow. Our grandmothers embroidered so it connects us through time and place. The irreverent subject matter makes it even more accessible because it’s humorous. “
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