Still enjoying her travels Lauren, who will be joining the course in September,is recording colour,pattern, architecture etc… to inspire her work once she starts in the 1st yr.
Your desk in the studio is going to look so colourful Lauren.
Link to Lauren’s previous post
We have a lot to learn from our Norwegian friends re hospitality.They were so generous in their time, and their planning was second to none.Thank you all.
Taking advantage of the dramatic surroundings I took the oportunity to photograph student work.
I hope the images will enhance the student portfolios
The sensational work of Edward Fletcher who graduated in July of this year.
Edward Fletcher is 1 of only 71 designers worldwide to receive the @CFDA+ award!
Don’t forget to watch the beautiful video of his knitwear.
The work at his degree show in Bath…….
Here is a selection of some of the wonderful and exciting work from the current 3rd yr textile students at Bath School of Art and Design
We are so looking forward to our studios being filled with creative people and wonderful work again.Not long to go.
Hannah Ellicott works at her desk making 3D pieces for interiors and Polly Rowan stands beside her wallpaper lengths.
Hurry along to Bath today if you don’t want to miss the final year shows.They are open until 5pm
Next we are at New Designers.See side panel for details.
We are part 1 stand T12
See you there.Introduce yourself.We love to meet dedicated followers of fashion ( and interiors )
Embroidery for Fashion completed as part of her 3rd year final project
Neoprene with ZSK and tufting
Everyone in textiles has their own studio workspace.
Filled with inspiration,research and concepts,these exciting display areas are a source of engagement and interest to everyone in the department.
On her return from a study trip to Japan Danielle immersed her space in drawing,colour,fabric and imagery.
Constructed figures based on animal inspiration.
One of the many characters from Clara’s Kelly’s fantasy world produced for her degree show.These delightful pieces went on to decorate Selvedge magazine’s shop window.