Jane Evans designs materials to furnish, decorate, and change the shape of interior spaces. A combination of woven and hand manipulation processes are used.
Jane studied at the Royal College of Art and has received sponsorship from The Worshipful Company of Weavers and NEWH.
Wood veneer is woven in long strips on a base of cotton and foam, and then cut to produce a flexible textured surface, or left whole in places and steamed to create solid curves. It is intended to wrap around interiors, creating dramatic flowing walls
Foil coated foam is combined with wood veneer and nylon to create a light, sound dampening material that also has aesthetic appeal.
Small pieces of curved and dyed acrylic are woven on a base of coloured cotton and foam, to create a decorative fabric with an intriguing surface.
Reclaimed rubber is cut and reformed to create an exciting new surface, with the only addition being copper foil.
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