Look at the textile art our group members have created, and where our next exhibitions will be. Learn about the tutors that come to us for workshops and what they teach us.
Lesley Richmond, Textile Artist
Lesley Richmond is a textile artist inspired by natural forms and textures. She works with textile processes to simulate organic surfaces.
Waterfalls. Isle of Skye. Scotland. Mountain landscape
Magical Pool. Wall Hanging, Embroidered waterfalls. Magical Pools.Landscape Original Scotland. Isle of Skye Magical Pool was inspired by the Fairy Pools located on The Isle of Skye. A wondrous waterfall cuts its way through richly coloured rocks till it finally cascades into the magical pool below. The distant mountains were worked on an embellisher which meshes fibres together. Rocks in the foreground were created using heat treated tyvek painted with mica powders. The waterfall has the…
Wrong Side Stitched Face Postcard - Postcard Print - Hand Embroidery - Illustration - Portrait
Stitched Illustration Postcard Print. The print comes from an original piece of artwork produced using Machine Embroidery, illustrating a detailed portrait of a girl. Lovely as a tiny piece of artwork, great for your desk, pinboard, shelf or to send to a friend. High quality print 330gsm card. A6 in size. 148 x 105mm. If you want to know more then please get in touch.
On Block Printing: Jesse Breytenbach of Henri Kuikens – Block Printed Textiles
Who: Designer Jesse Breytenbach of Henri Kuikens – Block Printed TextilesRedefine: “Block Printing” Block printing is, at its most basic, printing ink from a raised surface. Almost anything can be used as a printing block: plasticine, cardboard, plastic, wood, felt. It’s as simple as rubber-stamping, and as complicated as you care to make it.
HAMMER SOME ART — All for the Boys
I had big plans to do this with the boys and post it here but party plans are getting in the way so instead I'll just share and hopefully show our posts later. I found this Hammered Flower and Leaf Print tutorial from Build/Make/Craft/Bake. The short version is gather flowers/leaves (on a nature walk?) spread them out on textured paper (like watercolor paper) and cover with a paper towel.