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Hi everyone! It’s been such a long time since I’ve written a blog it makes me sad ):
Anyways I have something worth posting for once…for the last few weeks I’ve been busy designing and cutting away for an exhibition at The Butterfly Rooms in Saltaire which opened on Saturday night.
Here are a few pics…
The exhibition runs until 1st December so theres plently of time to nip down and have a look if you fancy (:
Its all new work and I’d really appreciate any opinions so let me know what you think!!! (:
Hi everyone! Well, I am really excited today as a new Art Wall room has gone live, which I have the privilege of being included in!
I applied to by sending some work to Katie a while ago, she gave me some really great advice about displaying my work online and chose a piece to be included in the Nursery. Its such a lovely wall with some beautiful pieces, and I love my frame hehe!
Anyways, take a look!
© Hannah Greenwood 2010
Here is the piece featured, it is an unframed butterfly lace cut from cream paper. Hope you like it.
I’ve been oh so busy at the moment with the day job that the bloglet is suffering ): this makes me sad.
But, here are a couple of snaps of the piece I have just finished! White and gold hand cut paper, part lace, part layered butterflies, I’m really pleased with it. More photos to come soon, hopefully going to do a post about my improving photography skills after using some wonderful Etsy blog tips.
Anyway hope you like this piece, let me know what you think.
© Hannah Greenwood 2010
Wow! Not blogged for aaaages! I need to become more regular again!
Anyways I recently began an embroidery project just because I miss sitting down and quietly making something. So the other day I was having a look around the internet for some exciting embroidery related to inspiration and I came across the wonderful Jenny Hart. I had seen her work before as they sell her Sublime Stitching patterns at Tatty Devine, but I had never seen her own work.
Here are some images of her crazy and bright embroidery:
If I’m honest her portraits scare me a little, but they are pretty amazing and I loooove the detail and pattern that goes into it all.
Right I’m off to get some stitching done…exciting! – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
I just came across this on a random blog trip!
Pretty amazing ey?! Its by Wataru Itou an art student from Tokyo. It is made entirely out of paper, took over 4 years to make and is complete with electric lights and a moving train! Awesome!
See more here
This is just a speedy post but I’ll be back with a bit about ‘Clare Coles’ when I get the time, hopefully this weekend 🙂