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Kirsty Whitehead - Book 3 'Development Dress 2' Theme: British Heritage Inspiration: Jennifer Collier & Rita Zepf & Elizabeth Lecourt Technique: Tea Bag Fabric Template, Image Collaging, Waxing, Selected Stitching With Dangling Thread, Collar & Cuff Detail, Button Detail.

Kirsty Whitehead - Book 3 'Development Dress 2' Theme: British Heritage Inspiration: Jennifer Collier & Rita Zepf & Elizabeth Lecourt Technique: Tea Bag Fabric Template, Image Collaging, Waxing, Selected Stitching With Dangling Thread, Collar & Cuff Detail, Button Detail.

Kirsty Whitehead - Book 3 'Development Dress 1' Theme: British Heritage Inspiration: Jennifer Collier & Rita Zepf & Elizabeth Lecourt Technique: Tea Bag Fabric Template, Image Collaging, Waxing, Selected Stitching With Dangling Thread, Collar & Cuff Detail, Button Detail, Photocopied Old Monoprint.

Kirsty Whitehead - Book 3 'Development Dress 1' Theme: British Heritage Inspiration: Jennifer Collier & Rita Zepf & Elizabeth Lecourt Technique: Tea Bag Fabric Template, Image Collaging, Waxing, Selected Stitching With Dangling Thread, Collar & Cuff Detail, Button Detail, Photocopied Old Monoprint.

Nettle - Louise Richardson - is one of Norfolk’s foremost artists. Her dresses made from novel materials are a must-see attraction; as well as highly collectible. Nails, snake skin, modesty seed pods and hymn books reworked into familiar garments, her ingenious, beautiful creations invite us to question the nature of fabric and the purpose of adornment.

Nettle - Louise Richardson - is one of Norfolk’s foremost artists. Her dresses made from novel materials are a must-see attraction; as well as highly collectible. Nails, snake skin, modesty seed pods and hymn books reworked into familiar garments, her ingenious, beautiful creations invite us to question the nature of fabric and the purpose of adornment.

Joe Rudko works with photographs and other found items, ripping, cutting, and folding their surfaces before extending the materials with paint, graphite, and photographic spotting pens.

Joe Rudko's Object Drawings

Joe Rudko works with photographs and other found items, ripping, cutting, and folding their surfaces before extending the materials with paint, graphite, and photographic spotting pens.

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