Exploring the hidden beauty of Renaissance Architecture collectively embraced with beautifully illustrated botanicals bring together an exciting and unusual collection of printed fabrics, that reflect my passion for textiles.
My inspiration began with a stimulating and spontaneous trip to Rome, where I explored the structure, form and textures of carved Read More...
The techniques of my sketches and paintings are inspired by several Botanical Artists at Kew Gardens.
Water based materials were used to develop backgrounds of colour, taking inspiration from old stained architectural documents.
This part of the collection reflects the moods and surfaces that I captured from original architectural documents and drawings. Botanicals add a sufficient amount of colour to each one, emphasizing their beauty.
References of graphical architecture fused this part of the collection with beautiful botanical silhouettes.
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