Founded by designers Tamara Williams and Joy Leese, RubyKite create original art works that are used in making silk scarves and accessories. Ideas always start with drawings, from a love of composition and visual space through to the energy and freedom of abstract line work. Unique textures are explored through different printmaking techniques which translate beautifully onto each scarf. Each colour story is printed in small batches and packaged by hand.
Five Awards at Cockpit Arts open for application. Cockpit Arts are delighted to announce that there are five Cockpit Arts…
Updated 11 September 2019 Studio 26, Clipper House 233 sq.ft – 22 sq.m £630/month – rent & service charge excluding…
Review of major exhibition of Olafur Eliasson at Tate Modern spanning 30 years. Unmissable experiences challenging visitor’s perceptions of reality, and covering his multifaceted interest including sustainability and climate change.
Classes At Fabrications
Classes and events in sewing, upcycling, embroidery and shibori with Fabrications.
Update. Dieneke Ferguson, Hidden Art’s CEO, ran with the Olympics Torch in Brazil and represented the Airbnb London hosts. This is her account of the trip that also took in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. And what happened with the torch afterwards.
Fashion and Textiles Museum 21 June – 8 September 2019 Review by Dieneke Ferguson Weavers of the Cloud showcases the colourful art and textiles of Peru. It includes costumes, tapestries,paintings, photographs, illustations and accessories.
Chelsea Flower Show 2019.
Each garden at the Chelsea Flower Show tells a story and often supports a good cause. For 2019 here are some of the stories.