Richard Saja

Richard Saja embroiders his motley crew of circus figures on toile, a linen fabric that bears a repeated pattern of bucolic scenes of country life, which was primarily used in decorating designs for bourgeois society in the 18th century. This merging of high and low society heightens the disjuncture between the two worlds.”

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6 Responses to Richard Saja

  1. Verushka says:

    What amazing work. Love the daily inspiration!
    x

  2. Wimpy says:

    Embroidery with a difference :)Love these!

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  4. Rachael says:

    Probably the most amazing thing I have ever seen, Ever.

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