• Sally Hewett – Reconstruction/Reduction – Textile sculpture

    Sally Hewett - Reconstruction/Reduction - Textile sculpture

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  • Sally Hewett – Putti – Textile sculpture

    Sally Hewett - Putti - Textile sculpture

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  • Sally Hewett – Thin skinned, Textile sculpture 2015

    Sally Hewett - Thin skinned, Textile sculpture 2015

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  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – sugar lips

    Sally Hewett - textile sculptures - sugar lips

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  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Sisters under the skin1

    Sally Hewett - textile sculptures - Sisters under the skin1

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  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Sisters under the skin2

    Sally Hewett - textile sculptures - Sisters under the skin2

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  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Robert Walpole

    Sally Hewett - textile sculptures - Robert Walpole

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  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – fesses

    Sally Hewett - textile sculptures - fesses

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  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures

    Sally Hewett - textile sculptures

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  • Textile Art Sally Hewett – Josephine

    Textile Art Sally Hewett - Josephine

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  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Rising Moons

    Sally Hewett - textile sculptures - Rising Moons

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  • Sally Hewett – Puts hairs on your chest – textile sculpture

    Sally Hewett - Puts hairs on your chest - textile sculpture

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Au ‘corps’ du détail – Textile Art Sally Hewett

Au ‘corps’ du détail – Textile Art Sally Hewett (England)

Sally Hewett - textile sculptures - Sisters under the skin2

Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Sisters under the skin2

” My practice centres around ideas of beauty and ugliness and the conventions that determine which is seen as which.  I am interested in why some characteristics of bodies are considered beautiful and others ugly or disgusting.
My concern is with how we see things and how we interpret what we see:  does my particular way of representing bodies, using fabrics and stitching (with their historical and political associations), affect how the content of the work is seen? Is it seen as ugly, disgusting, beautiful, erotic, or just funny ? “

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Comments

4 Comments

  1. 10/10/2014 at 7:17 pm · Reply

    Number 10 is by Bex Harris not me!

  2. Sally Hewett
    15/10/2014 at 4:25 pm · Reply

    Many thanks. I didn’t want Bex to think that I was taking credit for one of her pieces of work!

    Thank you for featuring my work!

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