Lutradur Leaves and Lamp by Sylvia Stead

Sylvia Stead is a Mixed-Media Textile Artist , who runs workshops and one to one sessions on textile art. She has kindly submitted some images of her work, as examples of how Lutradur can be used to great effect. Sylvia has created these individual leaves using Lutradur 130. The leaf above has been coloured using acrylic paint and then embellished with beads.

Leaf made from Lutradur 130, coloured with silver glitter glue and embellised with beads with glass tea light holder and tea light positioned in the centre.

Decorative leaf tea light holder

Whereas this silver leaf has been painted with glitter glue and beaded before being fitted with a tea-light holder and tea-light. This decorative light, which Syliva has entitled ‘New England in the Fall’ has been created using acrylic tubing covered in Lutradur 100. The leaves are also made from Lutradur 100 and have been individually hand cut and painted. The completed piece has then been illuminated by being placed over an uplighter.
Tall cylindrical lamp made out of Lutradur 100, decorated with leaves of various sizes and shades of autumn colours.

‘New England in the Fall’ by Sylvia Stead

For further information on Sylvia and to see more of her work, please visit her website – www.sewinstead.co.uk To view our entire range of Lutradur, please visit our online shop                  

by Ruth Morgan | February 8, 2017 | Posted in Lutradur
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