Julie Sarloutte

Artiste
pour l'honneur. en toute inutilite
julie.sarloutte@gmail.com
Back to work!

Back to work!

Dear follower, yesterday my boat sank.
I promise it was not my fault!

  • My dear follower,
  • I'm in vacation so excuse me if i'm not post a lot during this next 2 weeks.
  • With love,
  • Julie.

Order, in progress.

What are they looking at?

Up through the atmosphere. Broderie, juin 2014, Julie Sarloutte.

Up through the atmosphere. Broderie, juin 2014, Julie Sarloutte.

Almost done.

Almost done.

cross-connect:

Artist on tumblr - Julie Sarloutte is a French artist, graduate from the National School of Fine Arts in Paris, France. She focuses on embroidery, but she isn’t making clothes; using string, Sarloutte creates pieces so detailed that they appear to be composed of paint strokes instead of individual stitches. Sarloutte draws inspiration from technology and the media, as her work focuses on what the world news is covering. Omnipresent tragedies such as war, hostages, natural disasters and repression are most often the subjects of her embroideries. She also works with painting and mosaic, every method leading to what she believes is an unexpected contrast between the subject she is portraying and the material it is being made from via

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret

Ha! I have not done all that for nothing! Thank you everyone!

Still working on it…!

Still working on it…!

Check this out, I'm in The wild magazine!

Julie Sarloutte is a French artist and graduate from the National School of Fine Arts in Paris, France. She focuses on embroidery, but she isn’t making clothes; using string, Sarloutte creates pieces so detailed that they appear to be composed of paint strokes instead of individual stitches.

Sarloutte draws inspiration from technology and the media, as her work focuses on what the world news is covering. Omnipresent tragedies such as war, hostages, natural disasters and repression are most often the subjects of her embroideries. She also works with painting and mosaic, every method leading to what she believes is an unexpected contrast between the subject she is portraying and the material it is being made from.