This giclee print reflects Teesside, its varied beauty and stark contrasts from country to town through to the industry. This work was produced exclusively through freehand embroidery, replicating the process of a hand drawn illustration. It incorporates stitch and reclaimed fabric samples. This pylon is sited close to the home of the artist, with a momentary glance it could be forgotten, an important element of the Industrial landscape in Teesside.
Size: paper size - 30.5cm x 41cm, image size - 23cm x 30.5cm
Medium: Giclee print printed on fine art paper
Edition size: 20
This edition is available to buy from all of the exhibiting venues and in the Latest Edition project shop.
Carol Devey-Haughton is a textile artist living and working in Teesside. Carol creates textile pieces using freehand embroidery techniques on her trusty sewing machine in her studio. Her creations embrace the freedom of drawing and capture moments inspired by animals and landscapes mostly. As part of the Latest Edition project Carol focused and responded to the industrial and rural landscapes in and around Teesside.
'Thing with Feathers' Carol Devey Haughton
Installation as part of the Latest Edition exhibition at The Pavilion, Kirkleatham Museum and Grounds as part of Festival of Thrift 2017
Carol's uses reclaimed fabrics and print elements within her work. For Latest Edition she has experimented with scale and pushed the boundaries of the reclaimed charity shop buys of the past, using a reclaimed sail to produce a new work 'Thing with Feathers'. It examines possibilities of survival, against all the odds in the natural world.
You can find out more about Carol Devey Haughton's work here.