Contemporary Textiles Fair 2018 - Exhibitors

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Embroidered Textile Print 'Evening Light'

'Evening Light’ Giclee print from my original textile artwork. This print is from my original painting on cotton fabric with freehand machine embroidery. The print beautifully highlights the textures of the original fabric and every stitch in detail. This painting depicts the colours as the sun is setting over the sea. Showing the beautiful wild flowers and plants that grow on the pebble beaches on the South Coast. Along with the amazing mix of colours as the light changes. I have added…

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Penny Seume is a textile designer using site specific imagery from the urban landscape as inspiration for atmosphere, texture and colour.

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A short workshop that explores how to make paint using rocks and earth to colour paper and cloth.  Materials gathered from the environment; chalk, carbon and different coloured clays, will be  processed in order to make natural pigments and then mixed with gum Arabic, linseed oil and rice starch to turn hand ground pigments into paint. Each participant will go away with a range of hand  coloured paper and cloth samples.

A short workshop that explores how to make paint using rocks and earth to colour paper and cloth. Materials gathered from the environment; chalk, carbon and different coloured clays, will be processed in order to make natural pigments and then mixed with gum Arabic, linseed oil and rice starch to turn hand ground pigments into paint. Each participant will go away with a range of hand coloured paper and cloth samples.

Jacobean Crewelwork Sampler Taster workshop with the Royal School of Needlework. This simple Jacobean-inspired design will introduce you to the traditional technique of trellis work along with a variety of popular surface stitches that can create a solid shape or outline. The design will also give you the chance to use traditional crewel wool allowing time to learn all the hints and tips in order to achieve the best possible finish.

Visual Arts & Crafts Courses & Workshops to April 2020

Jacobean Crewelwork Sampler Taster workshop with the Royal School of Needlework. This simple Jacobean-inspired design will introduce you to the traditional technique of trellis work along with a variety of popular surface stitches that can create a solid shape or outline. The design will also give you the chance to use traditional crewel wool allowing time to learn all the hints and tips in order to achieve the best possible finish.

Stylised Bird taster with the Royal School of Needlework. Inspired by a Nordic design, this charming stylised bird will give the opportunity to learn some basic embroidery stitches, concentrating on those which can be used for outlining as well as for filling a shape, showing possible effects that can achieved: Stem Stitch, Buttonhole Stitch, Running Stitch, Couching and Seeding. There will be the chance to finish off the design with a sequin and bead to bring the bird alive.

Visual Arts & Crafts Courses & Workshops to April 2020

Stylised Bird taster with the Royal School of Needlework. Inspired by a Nordic design, this charming stylised bird will give the opportunity to learn some basic embroidery stitches, concentrating on those which can be used for outlining as well as for filling a shape, showing possible effects that can achieved: Stem Stitch, Buttonhole Stitch, Running Stitch, Couching and Seeding. There will be the chance to finish off the design with a sequin and bead to bring the bird alive.

Colour from the Landscape with Debbie Lyddon.  A short workshop that explores how to make paint using rocks and earth to colour paper and cloth. Materials gathered from the environment – chalk, carbon and different coloured clays – will be processed in order to make natural pigments and then mixed with gum Arabic, linseed oil and rice starch to turn hand-ground pigments into paint. Each participant will go away with a range of hand coloured paper and cloth samples.

Visual Arts & Crafts Courses & Workshops to April 2020

Colour from the Landscape with Debbie Lyddon. A short workshop that explores how to make paint using rocks and earth to colour paper and cloth. Materials gathered from the environment – chalk, carbon and different coloured clays – will be processed in order to make natural pigments and then mixed with gum Arabic, linseed oil and rice starch to turn hand-ground pigments into paint. Each participant will go away with a range of hand coloured paper and cloth samples.

Visual Arts & Crafts Courses & Workshops to April 2020

Visual Arts & Crafts Courses & Workshops: Landmark Arts Centre, Teddington, South West London

Ellie Hipkin - Stand 1 - Freyelli Textiles

Ellie Hipkin - Stand 1 - Freyelli Textiles

Colette Bamattre - Stand 2 - Colette Moscrop

Colette Bamattre - Stand 2 - Colette Moscrop

Fiona Fraser - Stand 3 - Thimble & Thrift

Fiona Fraser - Stand 3 - Thimble & Thrift

Linda Gifford - Stand 4 - Linda Gifford Interior Textiles

Linda Gifford - Stand 4 - Linda Gifford Interior Textiles

Justine Dalton - Stand 5 - Casa del Duende

Justine Dalton - Stand 5 - Casa del Duende

Karen Rao - Stand 6 - Karen Rao Felt Artist

Karen Rao - Stand 6 - Karen Rao Felt Artist

Marite Del Villar - Stand 7 - DelVillar Textiles

Marite Del Villar - Stand 7 - DelVillar Textiles