Monday, December 4, 2017

Countriside Inspired Embroidery Art - Insta Love


 
 
I couldn't wait for Monday to come to show you one of my recent instagram discoveries!
In my pursuit for beauty, inspiration, eye and brain pleasing aesthetics I came upon Jane's stunning landscape pins. Quite out of the ordinary. My goodness! They are stunning little masterpieces, many resembling the art of Monet to my delight.



Now a proper introduction to the master stitcher - Jane Mitchell-Finch - a textile designer and her accomplice in art -her husband Ed, taken from their blog.

We trained in graphic design at Norwich School of Art when cut & paste was simply that - we used paper, pencils and pens to create our ideas. Though the years have passed and technology now plays a role in our lives, we're still as excited by art and design as we were then.


Having moved to a quiet corner of Suffolk, we draw inspiration from the countryside around us and the coast that's only a short drive away. We hand craft items using found objects and materials including: hand-painted pebbles, fabric collages, free machine embroidered pictures and greenwood carved spoons.

My personal favourites aside from the landscape pins are her adorable birds & insects, fruits & veggies and sewing machine brooches.






Explore more of Jane's world here.
 

4 comments:

Divya N said...

The pics have such incredible detailing - love them!

Maya Kuzman said...

True! Attention to detail is incredible!

Alhana said...

They remind me of Monet and Turner paintings. Amazing artwork!

Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff said...

Those embroidered landscape pins are amazing!