Lesley Richmond | burned and painted lace

Lesley Richmond- Burned and painted lace, looks like lichens. Researching into how different materials react to fire.

Lesley Richmond Lesley photographs trees, focusing on the intricacy of their branching structures and then prints these images on cloth, using a medium that creates a dimensional surface. She then eliminates selected background areas, leaving the structural images of trees as the dominant feature. The images are then painted with metal patinas and pigments.

Lesley Richmond Lesley photographs trees, focusing on the intricacy of their…

Dandelions. textile wall hanging. Fibre Art. by FabricsofNature, £395.00

Gift Textile Quilted Embroidered Wildflower Home Decor

Lesley Richmond, Leaf Cloth Dusk from the Leaf Cloth Series, 118 cm x 99 cm

Changed theme Lesley Richmond, Leaf Cloth Dusk from the Leaf Cloth Series, 118 cm x 99 cm

Leslie Richmond

Lesley Richmond, makes textiles that suggest organic surfaces by changing the structure of the fabric creating an illusion of organic decay.

Ines Seidl working with paper. Fabulous way she uses the twigs with drawings all on pages of a book.

Ines Seidel - Working with paper. Fabulous way she uses the twigs with drawings…

A detail of a piece of textile art by Lesley Richmond. Devore technique with metal patinas. detail

Here textile artist Lesley Richmond tells us about working in devore technique and why nature is a constant source of inspiration.


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