Busy preparing for Autumn Fair show this September, take a look me on the show website entitled ‘the art of the table’, bringing Sara’s painterly, colourful style to your kitchen.
Lets enjoy the artists simple brush strokes all around us, a growing trend for the uncluttered, fresh, spontaneous response to the beauty around us. Our kitchen tasks can feel ‘more artisan than arduous!’ And match the culinary creativity that is happening……
I was asked to comment for the ‘Utility’ feature in the latest issue.
‘The emerging trend for painterly textiles with colourful brush strokes; make the tasks seem more artistic than arduous’.
Exciting news! launch of ‘wild wine’ design kitchen glass splash back. It is a really quality product, the surface brings my designs to life, I love the scale and the colour quality that glass gives. Three more designs to come soon………..!
Glassdomain website http://www.glassdomain.co.uk/glass-furniture/Shop-Designer/C100025
working on design for kitchen glass splash back – seedling design.
What do you think?
Lord Heseltine opened the new super BCU Parkside building. As an alumni, tutor and participant of the Interior Life Style program, supporting start up businesses, my wild wine mug and coaster were exhibited.
Orange wine mugs and place mats to add ‘a bit of zest and colour’ to your kitchen!
another of Sara’s new place mat and coaster designs.
See Elledeco article ‘Painterly Prints’….’featuring calligraphy-style brush strokes’ ‘watercolour splashes..’
Seems that Sara’s mark, painterly brushstrokes, personal style started on my MA study is now finally of the moment! Let’s hope so…………!