Danica Kaspar approaches textile art with imagination and hands-on experimentation of materials, techniques and processes creating tactile compositions and sculpture, along with lifestyle objects.
Experimenting with dimensions and mediums, her pieces are in conversation with traditional macramé techniques and are intuitively re-imagined into modern interpretations of fiber arts.
Kaspar’s work is intimately interconnected with her explorative style of process. It is primarily focused in form, silhouette, and textures while promoting a sustainable practice in her use of cotton ropes, wood, and natural dyes as mediums of limitless possibilities. The work is now extending to using metals, glass, plastics and other verdurous elements that lend themselves to Kaspar’s adaptable and rhythmic practice.