Posts by Ruth Morgan
We are delighted to feature three new pieces of work by textile artist, Heather Tilley. Heather has contributed images to our blog before, but this time she has used black Lutradur as her main fabric. The image above is entitled ‘Memories of Moscow’ and is of an Orthodox Church with reflections of the sunset on some of the windows and cupolas. The black Lutradur provides the perfect silhouette to give both contrast and a sense of atmosphere against the colourful sky, The picture below is one of Heather’s earlier attempts, featuring simple hand stitching on the buildings and based on one of her trips abroad. […]
‘Tomorrow at Daybreak’ by Ruth Lee (created using Zeelon Heavy) As part of our commitment to showcase the work of accomplished textile artists, we are pleased to feature a piece by Ruth Lee. Ruth was inspired to create this exceptional example of textile art after observing migrating birds. The swallows have been laser cut from Zeelon Heavy, which has been dyed a beautiful royal blue. The blue Zeelon has then been layered over a white background to create a three-dimensional effect, emphasising the free flight of the birds over the ever-changing landscape.