I-Chun Jenkins developed her current style of weaving sliced magazine pages from her love of magazines as well as nature and conservation. She places great importance on protecting the environment and her work recycles materials that would typically be discarded and become harmful for the environment. She uses these unconventional materials to create entirely new objects.
I-Chun Jenkins meticulously cuts, slices, weaves, crochets and folds magazine pages to create a new unique piece of art. Her artworks are meticulous and poignantly intimate, allowing the viewer to approach and analyze woven fabrics consisting of communicative culture.
This 9x16" original artwork is framed in a modern white wood frame. Size and price include frame. It is signed by the artist on the front lower right corner. Both the finishes and images of the magazine paper amplify the highly textural and intricate designs she creates. Affordable Continental U.S. and international shipping. A certificate of authenticity issued by the gallery is included.
With regards to her creative inspiration I-Chun has stated, “Growing up in a tiny fishing village on the small island of Taiwan, surrounded with a rich heritage of native culture and natural beauty, I became sensitive to vibrant colors and texture at an early age. I was formally trained in textile artistry at the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design where I was inspired to combine my weaving skills with my creative thoughts to push the boundaries of textile art. Each handmade piece I create is unique and original.”
I-Chun Jenkins has amassed a strong international collector base and broad recognition as she continues to create significant bodies of work with amazing precision and unexpected details. Each of her unique artworks is beautifully unmistakable, which has been a key factor as she has been drawing global attention.