Anna Osborne

The Speculating Rook Following a training in ceramics Anna’s interest in textiles became a full time occupation when she discovered it was possible to use the sewing machine as a drawing tool. Using combinations of old and new fabric Anna makes illustrated cushions, bags, light shades and foot stools. Free machine embroidery is used together […]

Barbara McGirr

My training and work as a free-lance textile designer led to botanical painting. I am a member of the Society of Botanical Artists and I exhibit in this country and abroad. I have sold work in Tokyo, Denmark, Israel, New York, and Palmengarten in Frankfurt. I have also produced designs for wallpaper, ceramics and carpets […]

Magenta Kang

I am a textile artist and painter based in Littleport, Cambridgeshire. My chosen media are hand-stitched silk patchwork and charcoal ink painting, both being traditional Korean techniques. I was brought up in a small fishing village on the East coast of Korea, and my early vivid memories are of the sandy beach behind my house […]

Jane Frost

I Can’t Contain Myself Jane Frost works as a textile and environmental artist in a wide variety of settings and communities. Jane always uses found or adapted materials in preference to new, for works that are placed in the landscape or in galleries. Her work is made in conversation with people and places, for installations […]

Sally Wrigglesworth

I graduated in Fine Art Sculpture from Maidstone College of Art in 1979, and moved to London that same year, working out of Wapping Warehouse studios. I have always made single solitary figures, without narrative, and as far as possible without obvious gender or particular race – the better to explore the universal nature of […]