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Pearl Loves Paisley | Woodland
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Woodland
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Woodland
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 woodland scenes. 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 small woodland view taken from a photograph of High Stittenham Woods showing the carpet of bluebells in early summer.

 

Image 2 – The first of this series of woodland pictures onto watercolour paper then free machine embroidery over the top. This was based on a woodland walk around Hovingham in the Howardian Hills on a cold, beautifully muddy day in winter.

 

Image 3 – Based on a photograph taken at High Stittenham in early summer. The woodland floor was covered in a carpet of yellow flowers called Celandine buttercups.

 

Image 4 – A small woodland view taken from a photograph of High Stittenham Woods showing the carpet of bluebells in early summer.

 

Image 5 – The first of this series of woodland pictures onto watercolour paper then free machine embroidery over the top. This was based on a woodland walk around Hovingham in the Howardian Hills on a cold, beautifully muddy day in winter.

 

Image 6 – Based on a view in the woods between Sutton on Forest and Buttercrambe on a drive to work.