My graduate collection is now being exhibited at Llantarnam Grange arts centre in Cwmbran until November.
I tried something different! I didn’t want to get out of habit with my drawing since leaving university, however wanted to draw something other than moths. So this is what I done. Im pretty pleased with it as this is the first time I’ve ever attempted anything like this.
Hi everyone, I’ve now got an official website, if you’d like to take a look and tell me what you think I’d be really grateful..
I have been very lucky and have been chosen to exhibit my final degree work at the New Designers exhibition at The Business Design Centre in London in June. It is open to the public on the 27th, 28th and 29th.
My final show at our ‘Spectrum’ exhibition. I was heavily influenced by moths and how they eat into clothing. I produced four digitally printed scarves using my pencil drawings and salt work. One scarf was combined with a haboti silk underdress which was hand dyed. both the scarves and underdress were laser cut to insinuate that they had been eaten by the moths which are pinned to the wall. The moths were hand drawn and digitally printed then bonded with vylene to strengthen them in order to be pinned.
Recently I had a photo shoot of part of my final piece to put into my portfolio. This is only one section of my final installation that will be exhibited in The Grand Theatre in Swansea. I have been looking at moths and how they eat into clothes, and my installation will reflect this idea. Once everything has been installed, more photos will follow.