Tuesday, 6 October 2009

More studio shots


The front of Trevaunance cove art and design workshops, this shows just how close to the stunning beach (the blue between the telegraph poles is the sea).
Inside the workshops -
Sujati:- A very talented artist who specialises in feminine and textile art.


Just moving in to my studio/shop.


Sithembile the scruffy crow can now be purchased at my Etsy store.
Handmade using retro fabrics and other work-box finds, Blejan is a delightful soft sculpture bird available to buy at my Etsy store.
One of twins, Makko is a large rastafarian looking crow, digitally printed fabrics, machine stitched and hand finished using beads, braids wire legs and buttons. Available to buy at my Etsy store.
Concerned by the decline of the cockney sparrow due to the lack of green spaces, i have responded by creating small birds and a house to live in. Digitally printed onto silk using maps of the East end of London as a source of inspiration, these birdhouses are handmade and ideal for a cockney sparrow sporting his 'pearly king' suit to inhabit. Available at my Etsy store.
Inspired by a courting pair of doves who lived in our garden, these soft birds have been created using leftover cotton and silk, buttons, beads and other embellishments. Buy from Etsy.com

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