Ann Pawley

Ann Pawley

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UK  ·  A hedgerow-watching, slow-stitching textile artist and lover of old places...
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Slow stitch textile art inspired by the landscape, countryside and old places of Britain.

https://flic.kr/p/a842Ln | Traherne window 1 | First light of four windows based on 17th century Hereford poet Thomas Traherne (1637-74). The theme the landscape as the body of God. It is the work of Tom Denny and was installed in March 2007 in Hereford Cathedral. From top to bottom, we see Hereford in the distance, an oak tree, a figure running through a field of corn, and a pool fed by a spring. The inspiration for the window are the lines from Centuries: "How do we know, but the worl

https://flic.kr/p/a842Ln | Traherne window 1 | First light of four windows based on 17th century Hereford poet Thomas Traherne (1637-74). The theme the landscape as the body of God. It is the work of Tom Denny and was installed in March 2007 in Hereford Cathedral. From top to bottom, we see Hereford in the distance, an oak tree, a figure running through a field of corn, and a pool fed by a spring. The inspiration for the window are the lines from Centuries: "How do we know, but the worl

Ivor Gurney stained glass window, Golucester Cathedral

A new stained glass window inspired by war poet and composer Ivor Gurney is called a "fitting tribute" to those who served during World War One.

Gurney | Thomas Denny, figurative stained glass window! Enjoy RushWorld boards, FURNISHINGS AND FIXTURES FOR EVERY BUDGET, EYE CANDY ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECES and ART A QUIRKY SPOT TO FIND YOURSELF. Follow RUSHWORLD on Pinterest! New content daily, always something you'll love!

Gurney | Thomas Denny, figurative stained glass window! Enjoy RushWorld boards, FURNISHINGS AND FIXTURES FOR EVERY BUDGET, EYE CANDY ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECES and ART A QUIRKY SPOT TO FIND YOURSELF. Follow RUSHWORLD on Pinterest! New content daily, always something you'll love!

Traherne window in Hereford Cathedral. Based on 17th century Hereford poet Thomas Traherne (1637-74). The theme the landscape as the body of God. It is the work of Tom Denny and was installed in March 2007 in Hereford Cathedral.

Traherne window in Hereford Cathedral. Based on century Hereford poet Thomas Traherne The theme the landscape as the body of God. It is the work of Tom Denny and was installed in March 2007 in Hereford Cathedral. Photo by Robin Croft

Sandy Kephart , a fabric artist, is inspired by nature conveying realism through semi-realism and abstract, adding thread, fibers and yarns in a collage fashion.                                                                                                                                                     More

Textile art Sandy Kephart, a fabric artist, is inspired by nature conveying realism through semi-realism and abstract, adding thread, fibers and yarns in a collage fashion.