UPDATED: Artist Angela Teng Makes Art Yarn from Acrylic Paint

UPDATED: Artist Angela Teng Makes Art Yarn from Acrylic Paint

This is really something! Artist Angela Teng has perfected a process by which she creates yarn from acrylic paint and then uses it to crochet abstract paintings. The final product is nothing short of incredible.

New interview in Canadian Art Magazine, plus three new pieces!

Here are a few images of her amazing work (click to launch view larger):

The artist’s site: http://angelateng.com

Hat tip to Kathryn Vercillo





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  1. I’d like to see at least a small bit showing how she makes the paint into the strands she then crochets together.

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