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DIY Button Art Tree Buttons have always featured in my life - from my Grandma's button box, to the big tin of buttons handed down to me from my own Mother - we played with them constantly - it was…

I have been making my own fabrics using paintsticks and creating abstract landscape patterns. I made a series of small wall hangings using this technique and on some of these pieces I...

Inspired by the Woolly Hugs 'Kinship Projects' colour palettes I have decided to create some on my own to share with fellow crocheters & knitters (an

Joyce Hicks This is a finger print which I found to be a really nice pattern to print on fabric. To do it I could blow my own hand print and then screen print on fabrics

Take.From.Away -Louise Richardson “I am currently looking at the idea of memory and identity, bringing universal messages to the viewer through the portrayal of objects in my own memory.” Louise Richardson, is a UK artist from Norfolk who creates intricate garments, collages and sculptures utilizing a diverse range of materials and mixed media.

Inspired by the Woolly Hugs 'Kinship Projects' colour palettes I have decided to create some on my own to share with fellow crocheters & knitters (an

God's Own Junkyard

God's Own Junkyard | Art in Upper Walthamstow, London| definitely on my bucket list to visit here!

Tracey Emin: My Bed (1998): Tracey shows us her own bed, in all its embarrassing glory. Empty booze bottles, fag butts, stained sheets, worn panties: the bloody aftermath of a nervous breakdown. By presenting her bed as art, Tracey Emin shares her most personal space, revealing she’s as insecure and imperfect as the rest of the world.