Author Archives: Penni Redding
I have had to start a new blog so that I have enough capacity to upload images for the full duration of this level. My apologies for anyone that follows me by email but I would love you to follow … Continue reading
Well I am very pleased to report back that I have passed Textiles 2 and with a mark that I am very pleased with too. So onwards and upwards to Level 3 Advanced textiles. There are some admin things I … Continue reading
A days workshop in her studio playing with screen printing and sublimation printing. Trying out some silks and screen images Transfer image samples Paper collage images ready to print
2 day workshop on Devoree with Dionne Swift at Missingdon Abbey Buckinghamshire. Using thermofax screens to print onto dyed silk velvet – left and right after the process has been completed. So what prints in paste is the part to … Continue reading
SILK PAINTING and DEVOREE workshop wit Mary Day at Denham College, Abingdon.
Natasher Kerr – an artist whose work I saw at a Chelsea art show about 20 years ago and liked at the time has only just bounced back into my memory…she would have been a good source of inspiration for … Continue reading
For a local art exhibition I created 8 textile works based on mono printed Japanese circles and borrowed the Boro technique of stitching ….very happy to say I sold 4 of the 8 pieces too.
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Completely by accident a bit of fabric had become stained with the dye from cheap tissue paper when I discovered my window had been leaking and the fabric beneath it had become damp…… but it gave me an idea. I … Continue reading
Whilst studying the digital textiles section I was also thinking off on a tangent about textiles for outside use….many because where I live we have a flag festival for the summer months where houses display flags relating to some local … Continue reading