AgosiaArts

Upcycled Fiber Arts

Edwardsville, Illinois · 80 Sales

AgosiaArts

Upcycled Fiber Arts

Edwardsville, Illinois 80 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(39)

Announcement   Agosia Arts on Etsy is the place to find smaller sculptures, quilts, and sale items. Everything is hand-crafted with high-quality upcycled fabrics; mostly wool, silk and linen.

To see my main artworks and learn more about them, visit my website http://agosiaarts.com/

To learn more about how my sculptures are created, visit the Agosia Arts YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC8IxWNj7BNzs4O254Crq2A

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 11, 2017

Agosia Arts on Etsy is the place to find smaller sculptures, quilts, and sale items. Everything is hand-crafted with high-quality upcycled fabrics; mostly wool, silk and linen.

To see my main artworks and learn more about them, visit my website http://agosiaarts.com/

To learn more about how my sculptures are created, visit the Agosia Arts YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC8IxWNj7BNzs4O254Crq2A

Carmen Alana Tibbets

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Carmen Alana Tibbets

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About

Beautiful Textile Art To Enrich Your Life

I'll admit it, Agosia Arts on Etsy is a sideline. I'm mainly a studio artist who creates fun stuff, then ships it off to galleries or hauls it around to art shows. So, why even have an Etsy site? It gives me a a way to show (and hopefully sell) items in a format that is easy for people around the world to use. This is a great way to highlight my figures of the month, list sale items, find a home for odd bits (like clothing labels, need any of those?) and feature some of my jewelry projects.

And just like you, I love sifting through all the great stuff everyone else has for sale. There are too many amazing things!

As for Agosia Arts, my focus is creating high-quality artwork inspired by the flora and fauna of the Sonoran and Chihuahuan deserts. I make figures for display, dolls for children, designs for fabric, am working on e-books, the list goes on. Oh, and I make quilts too.

I hope you enjoy what you see. If you want or need to know more, my blog describes my studio projects, I create YouTube tutorials (search for Agosia Arts) and you can always shoot your questions my way. I'll answer within a few days.

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  • Carmen Alana Tibbets

    Owner, Designer, Creator

    I'm from the Southwest, worked as a biologist and have loved to sew & quilt since childhood. Add it all up and you get Agosia Arts, my wonderful textile art business.

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Last updated on Apr 6, 2016
Frequently asked questions

Care instructions

The main concerns for fiber art are dust and sunlight. Cloth figures can be gently patted and brushed to remove surface dust. All artwork should be displayed out of direct sunlight as most colors will fade over time and silks will degrade. Specific care instructions for quilts are included in the description of the item.

Custom and personalized orders

At this time, I’ve chosen not to do custom work. I do my best and most interesting work when I feel no pressure to complete a figure or when I’m conscious of the specific desires of potential customers. I am open to suggestions; if there is a species you would like to see, I will make a note of it. However, I do limit my work to those species native to western United States.

Gift wrapping and packaging

If your item is a gift and you would like a special message to the recipient, please indicate this at the time of sale. All artwork is specially packaged and safe and waterproof shipment is the highest priority. Sadly, the plastic boxes I use are not the most attractive, but they keep your artwork safe and clean. Purchases for wrapped gifts (to be shipped directly to the recipient) will include additional shipping fees (approximately $15.00 as of 4/1/16) to cover the larger size of an additional box and any wrapping materials.