I'm so excited to show you all my work set up for my masters exhibition at the Arts University Bournemouth. I'm so pleased with how it has turned out and I'm excited to be continuing experimenting with surface design in the future!
Here's a sneak peak of my current project upholstering an arm chair. I designed the fabric myself and printed it onto Chenille fabric. This was one of my most challenging projects and I'm very pleased with the outcome.
Here's my bird stool! I made this design onto Chenille fabric and got the sewing machine out. I also hand painted the legs using panatone paint.
Here's another cushion which I've been working on using Cotton Satin Fabric. I've really enjoyed making a larger cushion, this one is 50x50cm.
Here's my new design for my business cards! I've been experimenting with spot gloss for the first time on the Leopard's face and the text on the back. I'm so happy with the finish of these and can't wait to give them out!
I've also been experimenting with creating my own cushions. Here's a tiger design which I have been working on printed onto Cotton Satin Fabric. This fabric was a dream to work with and has created a luxurious looking product.
Recently I have been printing my designs onto fabric and making some exciting new products! Here's some photographs of the Toucan Lampshade I've been experimenting with. I'm very happy with how it has turned out and would definitely recommend it as a medium level craft project for any craft lovers!
I've currently been working on a children's book called 'Ever Wondered'. I decided to make a little concertina book showcasing the relationship between my characters. This really helped me to engage with and understand the relationships between the Troll and little girl. Have a look on my website to see the whole children's book project!
I decided to make my own lino print Christmas card! I really enjoyed getting back into printing and would love to try out some other lino print designs. Lino printing is a great way to try out some printing techniques at home, I would definitely recommend getting your own little kit!