It’s time to highlight another piece of art from a fellow digital imaging technician at my job which has been showcasing the artistic talents of most of the people I work with at Backstage Library Works.

I didn’t get a chance to ask Jeannise Rodriguez extactly what form of textile art this is, but it’s definitely way cool.

Jeannise has been with the company since 2004 originally working as a Microfilmer for the previous company OCLC, it wasn’t long after Backstage took over that she moved over to digital.

Out of the various people I have showcased for this series, and those I did for my previous blog, surprisingly no one in digital has really done digiral art.

8 thoughts on “Entwined…

  1. I don’t remember what this is called but it’s been around forever. I actually made a few smaller versions of this art form way back in the 70’s and it’s incredibly challenging. Lovely piece from this artist.

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  2. At school we did art similar to this and sometimes could replicate it without using string but instead a good old fashioned pen and ruler possibly a compass depending on the design. Of course never on such an intricate scale… this is quite fascinating ๐Ÿ”ฅ
    I think we referred to it as geometric string art

    interesting to note people in digital prefer to go old school could be that for the art to be therapeutic needs to be break from digital otherwise would just be like work?? hmmm ๐Ÿค”


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