Pearl Loves Paisley | Abstract
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About This Project


The artworks are made from recycled materials, found objects, felting wool, and salvaged threads have been used to add texture and variety to the artwork. The sewing machine has then been used to “paint” on top of the image with basic machine stitching and free machine embroidery.


Image 1 – Part of the infinite textures series where the remnants of landscapes are used to form an abstract piece. These pictures are then cut down and added to the next piece.
Image 2 – “When summers were hot” A piece created for the MAPS exhibition based on a map of my childhood home in Cambridgeshire and created to reflect the atmosphere that surrounded stubble burning in the 1970’s.
Image 3 – Infinite Textures series