Angie Wyman – Haberdasher

Angie Wyman is an accomplished textile artist and tutor based in the UK. Angie has lectured in Higher Education at Degree and Masters level within the applied arts for over twenty years. Her work has been exhibited at an international level and she has worked to public and private textile commissions.

The Haberdasher profiles her love of collecting the objects and artefacts associated with sewing and how these inform the work that she makes. The domestic and the hand-made, fragments and oddments are combined within textile panels using stitch, mixed media and felt.

Current work explores the notion of ‘The Family Tree’. Angie is the UK organiser/curator of the international ‘Nets’ project which has connected and exhibited contemporary textiles and textile artists / partners in Australia, the UK and Finland. The journey of this project can also be viewed on the ‘NETWURKS’ WordPress blog.

Angie has been invited to teach at the Geelong FORUM 2012 in September, an international textiles event organised by Janet De Boer OAM and Textile Fibre Forum magazine. The Nets project was featured in Textile Fibre Forum, Volume 30/Issue 1 No. 101, 2011 and an article profiling the career of Angie Wyman is featured in Volume 31/Issue 1 No. 105, 2012.

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2 thoughts on “Angie Wyman – Haberdasher”

  1. hi.. how are you ?.

    • Angie Wyman said:

      Hi Paul
      Good to hear from you! Feel awful as I haven’t updated this blog since I was in Australia a couple of years ago!
      I am fine thanks- busy as always! How are you?
      Best – Angie

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