Art

Jazmin Berakha – Needlepoint Artist

11. April 2016
Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha


Jazmin Berakha has a really interesting job title – she is a needlepoint artist! Sounded interesting to me, so I read a little more about her. The work of Jazmin Berakha explores the possibilities of textiles in contemporary art. Her investigation and research into textiles, prints and patterns, are an endless source of inspiration. Jazmin meditative sewing process embraces aspects of domesticity with a consciousness of place and time. Currently Jazmin Berakha lives and work in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her needlepoint works can be found on her website.

Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha

Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha

Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha

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Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha

Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha

Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha

Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha

Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha

Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha

Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha

Stitched illustrations by needlepoint artist Jazmin Berakha

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8 Comments

  • Reply Kristen 12. April 2016 at 1:04

    Such amazing artwork! I am an aspiring graphic artist. Thank you for inspiring me! 🙂

    • Sarah Le Donne
      Reply Sarah Le Donne 21. April 2016 at 15:58

      Oh no problem Kristen, I’m happy that you enjoyed the post!

  • Reply conor rees 12. April 2016 at 18:07

    Inspiring!

  • Reply Chloe | boxwood avenue 14. April 2016 at 4:07

    WOW, this is absolutely incredible. I just recently did a DIY needlepoint project, and let’s just say… it was nothing like this 😉

    • Sarah Le Donne
      Reply Sarah Le Donne 21. April 2016 at 16:00

      I can imagine 😉 I don’t even want to know how it would like if I would try it! One must be so patient to do this. But it’s really gorgeous!

  • Reply Flavia Bernardes 14. April 2016 at 13:34

    Love her work! It’s quite poetic and inspiring. Thanks for sharing!

    • Sarah Le Donne
      Reply Sarah Le Donne 21. April 2016 at 16:00

      It really is! Thank you for stopping by Flavia, have a lovely day!

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