Louise Saxton

Intricate patterns taken from decorative arts of both eastern and western traditions are used in work which includes; recycled and embossed envelope papers inspired by quilting traditions; reconstructured furniture motifs cut into vintage wallpaper, inlaid with filagre patterns of various lacemaking traditions; and het most recent work which uses actual embroidery – hundreds of motifs extracted from their now redundant supports are reconstructed into new installations and suspended on swathes of sheer bridal netting. Via

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