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The Blue Thatch - Moy Mackay Gallery ..♥♥.. From her home in the Scottish Borders, Moy fuels her passion for colour and texture with an unceasing inspiration drawn from her surroundings in the beautiful Tweed Valley, using merino fleece fibres in the same way that a painter uses brushstrokes. The result is a “felt painting” of extraordinary warmth and texture.

The Blue Thatch - Moy Mackay Gallery. Always seek "felt" art made from animal-free acrylic felt. Felt made from wool is stolen goods. So cruel to exploit, steal from, and harm sheep, just to make a pretty piece of art.

The Clear Blue by Moy Mackay . FELT. I have a new appreciation of the possibilities of using felt as an artistic medium.

The Clear Blue by Moy Mackay . I have a new appreciation of the possibilities of using felt as an artistic medium.

seascape | by Su (Tiny Acorns)

a baby-wipe? seascape Made by embellishing merino tops, silk bricks, ribbons and yarns onto a baby-wipe, then adding detail with hand embroidery and beads. More detail about how I made it is here su-livingontheedg.

Poppy and Lime - Moy Mackay Gallery - Needle Felting aka Felt Painting

Poppy and Lime - Moy Mackay Gallery - Needle Felting aka Felt Painting

Moy Mackay needle felt "painting"

Tibetan Blues II by Moy Mackay . I have a new appreciation of the possibilities of using felt as an artistic medium.

From her home in the Scottish Borders..♥♥.. Moy Mackay fuels her passion for colour and texture with an unceasing inspiration drawn from her surroundings in the beautiful Tweed Valley, using merino fleece fibres in the same way that a painter uses brushstrokes. The result is a “felt painting” of extraordinary warmth and texture.

Poppies at sundown Limited Edition Giclee Print - Moy Mackay Gallery