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Heather collins

Collection by Violet Shirran

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Violet Shirran
Winter BramblesThe leaves shown in this detail are individually made of bridal net and then wired into place one by one. I thought the fragility of the net suggested the skeletal quality of the frozen leaves A Level Textiles, Free Machine Embroidery, Patterns In Nature, Textile Artists, Fungi, Trees To Plant, Fiber Art, Detail, Plants

Forest Floor

Mixed media, Hand made fabric, free machine embroidery 1m cms x 1.10 cms x 18 cms approx £6,000 This is my largest piece since creating the 2m work (Spirit of Westbury Court Gardens) in 2001. Forest Floor is my interpretation of a walk through my local woods in Autumn. Once again it was the intricate patterns created by decaying leaves and fungi that caught my attention.

Bracket Fungus Close-up Mushroom Art, Fibre Material, Textiles, Forest Floor, Natural Forms, Textile Artists, Felt Art, Fabric Art, Fungi

Forest Floor

Mixed media, Hand made fabric, free machine embroidery 1m cms x 1.10 cms x 18 cms approx £6,000 This is my largest piece since creating the 2m work (Spirit of Westbury Court Gardens) in 2001. Forest Floor is my interpretation of a walk through my local woods in Autumn. Once again it was the intricate patterns created by decaying leaves and fungi that caught my attention.

Close-up of bramble leaves Fine bridal net is used for the leaves. They are supported on individual wires, covered in silk thread. Glass beads were then added by hand. Fibre Material, Textile Texture, Forest Floor, Free Machine Embroidery, Silk Thread, Textile Artists, Beautiful Words, Fiber Art, Glass Beads

Forest Floor

Mixed media, Hand made fabric, free machine embroidery 1m cms x 1.10 cms x 18 cms approx £6,000 This is my largest piece since creating the 2m work (Spirit of Westbury Court Gardens) in 2001. Forest Floor is my interpretation of a walk through my local woods in Autumn. Once again it was the intricate patterns created by decaying leaves and fungi that caught my attention.

Heather Collins Textile Artist: Single Leaf from bramble showing silk and beads Fibre Material, Forest Floor, Free Machine Embroidery, Textile Artists, Textiles, Bramble, Handmade, Trees, Plant

Forest Floor

Mixed media, Hand made fabric, free machine embroidery 1m cms x 1.10 cms x 18 cms approx £6,000 This is my largest piece since creating the 2m work (Spirit of Westbury Court Gardens) in 2001. Forest Floor is my interpretation of a walk through my local woods in Autumn. Once again it was the intricate patterns created by decaying leaves and fungi that caught my attention.

Rusty Bolt on GroyneThis is the largest of my seascape pieces. It took nine months to complete and includes over different coloured threads and pieces of fabric. A Level Textiles, Free Machine Embroidery, Textile Artists, City Photo, Plant, Texture, Beach, Fabric, Ideas

Me and the dogs

Rusty Bolt on GroyneThis is the largest of my seascape pieces. It took nine months to complete and includes over 5,000 different coloured threads and pieces of fabric.

Nature inspired textile art by Heather Collins A Level Textiles, Fibre Material, Ribbon Art, Organic Form, Nature Prints, Textile Artists, Types Of Art, Fabric Art, Three Dimensional

Forest Floor

Mixed media, Hand made fabric, free machine embroidery 1m cms x 1.10 cms x 18 cms approx £6,000 This is my largest piece since creating the 2m work (Spirit of Westbury Court Gardens) in 2001. Forest Floor is my interpretation of a walk through my local woods in Autumn. Once again it was the intricate patterns created by decaying leaves and fungi that caught my attention.