The art of embroidery has a long history since it started, and many cultures are developed about it. But you’ll never see such landscape embroidery art—it is so vivid that the landscape even leaps out of its wooden frames. It looks as if you were in such a beautiful and peaceful land. That’s the work of Peruvian embroiderer and artist Ana Teresa Barboza. And these works are ones of her Suspension series.
“Both embroidery and crocheting are techniques that require time. I use these techniques in order to make a connection between manual work and the processes of nature; creating thread structures similar to the structures that make a plant for example.” That’s what she said.