Caz Rogers

Textile Arts

0412 279 053 [email protected]

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The field of textile art is an ever-broadening one, with scope to develop new ideas and concepts with a range of materials, products, manipulations and processes.


I am excited by the possibilities and the directions open to me to explore building, one, two and three dimensional textile artworks, with traditional and modern fabrics that can be altered by employing mark making processes including textile paints, inks, dyeing, printing, hand and machine embroidery,

to mention a few.


I have access to a wealth of recyclable materials that I can repurpose to give a new lease on life as artwork.  Many of these works are planned from sketch to tying the final thread, others just happen in front of me, seemingly coming to life with only a modest effort on my part.


Having a very fertile imagination, an extensive textile resource library for added inspiration and a well-stocked generous studio space, I am only limited by the number of hours and days available to play, discover and create.

Life as a textile artist is fascinating, exciting and rewarding in so many ways.

Rogers. Closeup of M.E. Lion
Caz in Studio
Rogers, Silkpaper leaves
Ned Caz Rogers

2014 graduate from Whitehorse Institute of Technology's

Diploma of Textile Art.


Exhibition History

2015   HelmArt Project, Coombe, Melba Estate Yarra Valley 

           Seasons - Mount Waverley Community House, A Celebration of Quilts & Textile Arts (Rotary Club of Glen Waverley

            Stitch Theorem Textile Arts Group 

            Identity -  Stitch Theorem Textile Arts ,Whitehorse Artspace, Box Hill  

            Currents of Fancy - Red Earth Gallery Mooroolbark 

2014    Adorned - Manningham Gallery Doncaster as part of Stitch Theorem Textile Arts Group 

            Elaborate - Graduate exhibition from Whitehorse Institute, Tacit Contemporary Art Gallery, Stitch Theorem Textile

            Arts Group 

            The Sojourner - Epworth Hospital Oncology Ward

            Yarra Valley Open Studios

2013    Cafe -Bank St Café  

            Xtinction Xhibition  -Three Stories Art Space Healesville

2012    Cocoon - group exhibition 1st year students Diploma of Textile Art 

           Matchbox group exhibition 1st year students Diploma of Textile Art 

           Seasons, group exhibition 1st year students Diploma of Textile Art 

2011    Felternative  - Town Hall Gallery Hawthorn Victorian Feltmakers 

Caz's work has been significantly influenced over the years by Textile artists from around the world, beginning with Australia's most famous lady of stitch, Annemeike Mein, England's Alison Holt and Kathleen Matthews, Landscape Artists and Janet Edmonds, a three dimensional embroidery artist, also from England.

Caz predominantly works by process, drawings, journal work and auditioning materials new and recycled, enhancing fabrics by dyeing, printing, Shibori stitching and rustwork to mention a few approaches, to incorporate and imbue work with textural dimensionality.