I’m pleased to announce that ‘Take Time to Smell the Roses’ has been chosen by Kristian Day to be included in the Letchworth Broadway Open Studio 2020.
This year, due to Covid-19, the exhibition will be on-line only.
The Open Studio will be available to view in the coming weeks.
I’m thrilled to have two pieces of my work in latest digital catalogue from The Embroiderers’ Guild. ‘Take Time to Smell the Roses’ (Life’s Rich Pattern Challenge) and ‘The Sounds of the Kenwood Chef’ (My Favourite Things Challenge). You can see more by clicking the link below.
The challenge theme for next year is ‘Exquisite Containers’ – are you taking part?
A little textile inspiration from my YouTube Textile Collection. Today it features the beautiful and detailed botanical hand embroideries by artist Hillary Waters Fayle.
Each and every project is a “connection between nature and the human hand”. She collects, sorts and carefully prepares each leaf before beginning the process of marking and slowly hand stitching.
In this YouTube, Hillary shares her fragile work and explains how she creates her art. Her latest commission will be displayed in the US Embassy in Sri Lanka.
Images courtesy: https://www.hillarywfayle.com
You can find more inspiring embroidery in my previous post featuring textile art from The Society for Embroidered Work.