E11 Véronique Buist – Embroidery on paper and using reclaimed fabrics and cotton threads as raw materials
Montreal artist Véronique Buist creates delicate designs and embroidery on paper made out of cotton threads and reclaimed fabrics that she also produces. In this episode we learn about the way her work overlaps with nature, fashion, and will take a sneak peek into some of the work she is currently working on from her home studio.
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Véronique Buist is a mixed media artist with a growing interest for color, perception and landscape. Since 2015, she has developed technical skills working with embroidery and more recently paper making, enhancing the poetic aspect of the process and intuition that guides creation. Her most recent serie – the tone on tone – consists of embroidery on hand made paper itself fashioned solely with cotton thread. The artist obtained her Visual and Media Art Degree in 2015 from University of Quebec in Montreal and her work has since been exhibited in Canada and in Europe. She currently works from Montreal on various projects, both as an artist and as an independent florist.
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