Celebrating Digital Print Design
Digital print design is the perfect media for capturing magical realism.
The images below are Habotai silk swatches inspired by everyday objects photographed at home and whilst on holiday in Northumberland and Cornwall. When you look at something ordinary for long enough you may start to see it in a “different light”
Love to see geometric patterns and organic forms working together in harmony.
Digital Indigo Treat
If you like these you will be in for a treat with our Autumn / Winter collection of scarves launching in September 2015
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Exploring the rocky shoreline below Dunstanburgh Castle near Embleton Beach Northumberland.
The Light here is magnificently bright in the Summer months and brings out the clarity , colour and texture in these beautiful rocks
I could sketch and paint here for the rest of my life.
Northumberland Rocks at Sugar Sands
An artists haven.
Dots, spots and water drops
Northumberland Rock Textures
I was at Hauser and Wirth in Somerset and came across this beautiful exhibition of a perennial meadow by landscape architect Piet Oudolf.
Such a joy to see that nature really does have such a range of rich colours which are so dynamic when placed artistically.
London this summer is vibrant with colour, action and pattern. A break from the countryside drew my attention to manmade patterns and movement in the city. We were too busy dashing between numerous art galleries to pause and sketch so now I can’t wait to start drawing and composing from all these rhythmic shapes and colours.
Sonya Delaunay at the Tate Modern and the Summer Exhibition 2015 at the Royal Academy were a treat for colour fanatics!