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Pearl Loves Paisley | Landscapes
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Landscape
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 landscape. The sewing machine has then been used to “paint” on top of the image with basic machine stitching and free machine embroidery.
 
Image 1 – A landscape based on North Yorkshire heather.
 
Image 2 – A view of based on a walk adjacent to Sheriff Hutton.
 
Image 3 – A landscape based on North Yorkshire heather.
 
Image 4 – A view looking towards Terrington Bank. Based on a photograph taken on my way home from work. A stormy dark sky but the sun was shining on the fields.
 
Image 5 – Called “All out at Sea” which is based on the view coming from the top of the North Yorkshire Moors and looking over towards Whitby.
 
Image 6 – A view from a local dog walk from Sheriff Hutton over towards Stittenham Woods.
 
Image 7 – From the local fields and an observation of using crops to add to the soil and not harvested for use. Giving something back. The feather was found on the walk and used to portray the lone tree.
 
Image 8 – A landscape based on North Yorkshire heather.
 
Image 9 – A summer view of corn fields with wild flowers.
 
Image 10 – A landscape based on North Yorkshire heather.
 
Image 11 – From the local fields and an observation of using crops to add to the soil and not harvested for use. Giving something back.
 
Image 12 – A landscape based on North Yorkshire heather.