1 to 15 of 23 results for category: textiles

Diane Rogers

Original hand painted / printed /quilted/embroidered silk textile art.

279 works | member for 11 Years

Denise M Fraser

I am a painter and textile artist who graduated from Glasgow School of Art, specialising in Drawing and Painting. I enjoy wild landscapes, texture and colour.

61 works | member for 5 Years

Stephanie Parker

Designer and Illustrator

367 works | member for 9 Years


Louisa's work highlights her eye for fashion and is shown in her clean, strong and uncluttered designs utilising a rich palette.

23 works | member for 6 Years

Laura Anne Marsden

Eternal Lace sculptural creations. 2D stitched art works.

55 works | member for 10 Years

Stelios Manousakis

Art, science and philosophy enthusiast! Always looking for ways to combine art and science as part of my life philosophy.

37 works | member for 3 Months

TAG Textile Art Group

A group of textile artists

77 works | member for 2 Years

jaki bogg

Exploring the varying interpretations of the past, both historically and personally, is currently the focus of Jaki’s work: the cycle of life, birth and death.

73 works | member for 6 Years

Sue Hotchkis

Fibre Artist

89 works | member for 10 Years

Mihaela Price

Upcycled Clothing and Accessories

89 works | member for 7 Years

Emma Challacombe

Lively and colourful

41 works | member for 7 Years

Paddi Dimitri

Mostly figurative some abstracts

29 works | member for 8 Years

Teresa Wilson

Uncanny textile sculpture of people and birds. Large installations. Drawings.

131 works | member for 8 Years

Kate Norton

Skies, seascapes, landscapes in acrylic on canvas and in yarn

23 works | member for 5 Years

Julie French

Using the sewing machine as a tool for continuous line drawing, my work explores movement and texture with often unpredictable outcomes, which have been likened to ink illustration. Julie's work focuses on the wild side of nature, dance and motion. Each piece is unique and one off. The speed and capricious nature of the sewing machine, when used in this unconventional way reflects characteristics of the subjects. Using reclaimed fabric, paper and handmade felt opens new opportunities to discover how the stitched marks respond to different surfaces, pulling or embossing a piece of work in sympathy with the surface. Threads are purposely left loose over or around the image to allow the illusion of more depth and movement.

20 works | member for 5 Years