In this research experiment, the raw material of metal wire used for formation and sculpture was chosen to obtain designs that are suitable for portraits and implemented using the technique of hand embroidery, which is the stitches of running, drown threaded work, fabric and finally the woven stitch and the output of the research experiment with pieces of executed art pieces suitable for portraits. Objective of the research experiment : To identify the characteristics and features of the metal wire, techniques of sculpture and formation then execution by different hand embroidery techniques The research experiment has been applied to a number of 35 designs and executed by different hand embroidery techniques in a distinct and technical manner. The executed pieces then evaluated by specialized professors using an evaluation card. The research experiment results showed that the skill of pairing between more than one technique, the sculptural formation and manual embroidery achieved a unique harmony in the executed art piece, as well as the cohesion, harmony and the affinity, which led to the emergence of the executed piece in one entity with consistent parts. the stitching different embroidery and different types and contact and the uniformity and uniformity between the colors. Furthermore the harmony between different embroidery stitches with different types , touches , mating and uniformity between colors led to the surface diversity of the executed piece, which indicated that, handling of raw metal wires with an innovative technical vision to introduce new entrances and starting points for the executed pieces of art commensurate with our contemporary life..
Abd El Hakeem, Attiat Ali and Mohamed, Asmaa Ali Ahmed
"Utilizing Metal Wires to Enhance Embroidery Sculpture,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 9:
3, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol9/iss3/6