Sailing Away Lampshade

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£390.00 to £390.00

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A hand stitched and appliquéd lampshade effect for use as a table light in the living room or bedroom, detailing a coastal scene in my own quirky hand stitched style.

I collect fabric when I leave the house, basing all my choices on the palette of colours they contain rather than their pattern. I use fabric and thread as paint and create images, illustrations and scenes with movement and the emotion I feel about the subject.

Each piece of work is a one off and completely unique, the hand drawn and stitched nature of each piece means they can't be replicated and I treat each piece as a painting of a moment in time.

This scene is coastal and sea themed and whilst the appliquéd fabric creates a wash of colour, hand embroidery picks up details and elements that give movement and define the atmosphere of the piece.

A gold lining has been used which adds a warmth and coziness to any room when lit. Use a 40 watt bulb in this shade.

Materials: linen, vintage linens, velvet, cotton, wool threads, embroidery threads, and sequins. Measures 20cm in diameter, 26 cm in height (size of embroidered artwork 68 x 28 cm).

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