Kate Tume: powerful textile art to highlight species loss

Kate Tume guest Stitchery Stories textile art podcast Wide Art

Kate Tume is the guest today on the Stitchery Stories podcast, where she shares how she creates powerful art from embroidery and textile art techniques to highlight the devastation of species loss and the destruction of our natural world.

Susan Weeks chats with Kate about:

  • What is an artists residency
  • The luxury of focusing on art and nothing else
  • Toucans, scorpions, iguanas, halloween crabs
  • The stories behind endangered creatures
  • Developing a distinctive style to highlight the impact of species loss
  • What is special, revered, hallowed?
  • Corona virus in a chat about embroidery?
  • School art squashing the desire to be artistic
  • Another corporate escapee desperate for creativity
  • When do you ‘own’ that you ARE an artist?
  • Where did ‘Mother Eagle’ come from?
  • Pushing boundaries with materials
  • Collecting rejections

Kate Tume Stitchery Stories Podcast Guest 

Visit: https://madebymothereagle.com/

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Look: https://www.instagram.com/mother_eagle_arts/

Shop: https://mothereagle.bigcartel.com/

Learn: https://www.skillshare.com/user/mothereagle

Email: mothereagle@hotmail.com

Related Stitchery Stories episodes you might like:

https://www.stitcherystories.com/janineheschl/

Other people, places & things we mentioned:

https://www.gmccullochportraits.com/

https://taliapeckel.format.com/

The Mauser Foundation http://mauserfoundation.org/

Jane’s Addiction – Wrong Girl

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6nbvS7LcOI

About the Author
This embroidery and textile art blog and podcast are created and produced by Susan Weeks.