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Night garden work in progress - thermofax printing, cyanotype and embroidery by Velvet Moth Studio

Not much arty crafty stuff achieved this week, but a busy and happy week looking after my nephews now the school holidays are here, and als.

I created cyanotypes from clothing, selecting items that where sheer or had embellishments like embroidery or sequins on them. These turned out very well and had a ghostly look particularly the vintage style nightdress. I used A3 paper, exposing the clothing in different sections, trying both portrait and landscape, I’d like to try some different surfaces next like wood and canvas and create larger exposures that can fit the whole item on them.

I created cyanotypes from clothing, selecting items that where sheer or had…

traveling moon

traveling moon

"Inner light" struck me as I have been working on this piece incorporating an earlier "traveling moon" and some other small bits of indigo cloth.

mandy pattulo – textile designer – fabric collage

Textile collage - Mandy Pattullo Edges paper art Visual Texture and edges Suitable to aid with GCSE Question like Textures or Edges

Midnight Garden collage detail by Velvet Moth Studio

Midnight Garden embroidery on cyanotype print detail by Velvet Moth Studio

Night garden work in progress - thermofax printing, cyanotype and embroidery by Velvet Moth studio

Not much arty crafty stuff achieved this week, but a busy and happy week looking after my nephews now the school holidays are here, and als.

What's Old is New Again: Sun Block Printing- overbrook farm plants collaboration

What's Old is New Again: Sun Block Printing

Glithero blueware tiles - created by a process that captures direct impressions of actual botanical specimens on ceramics using light and photo sensitive chemicals

Midnight Garden embroidery on cyanotype print by Velvet Moth Studio

Another little collage in my Midnight Garden series. Embroidery on Cyanotype printing and a beautiful Japanese stamp that I have finally .

Lisa Shepherd, Textile illustrator and printer. Lisa Shepherds exquisite artworks are Cyanotypes, which are an alternative photographic process. They are further embellished with embroidery stitching, metallic leaf and water colour. Lisa will be exhibiting this year at Shyihli 25 Muraban Rd Dural.

Lisa Shepherd is a textile designer and visual artist currently using photographic cyanotypes to create delicate, joyful artwork.

I created cyanotypes from clothing, selecting items that where sheer or had embellishments like embroidery or sequins on them. These turned out very well and had a ghostly look particularly the vintage style nightdress. I used A3 paper, exposing the clothing in different sections, trying both portrait and landscape, I’d like to try some different surfaces next like wood and canvas and create larger exposures that can fit the whole item on them.

I created cyanotypes from clothing, selecting items that where sheer or had…

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