Julia Lines Wilson hails from Aquidneck Island, RI (which is the subject of some of her work)
and now makes her work out of Brooklyn and Philadelphia.
She’s a young fiber artist, and uses fiber, wood and maps to bring beautiful order to the world she sees.
The selection from the series above use techniques in house framing and needle weaving to create these delicate and sturdy structures.
Wilson has a strong relationship to her materials, and, clearly, is interested in the processes that weaving inclines itself toward.
She built this direct tie up piano loom to investigate the relationship between playing the piano and weaving.
you can see more of Julia Lines Wilson’s work on her website HERE