These Times – How we Maintained Focus
How enterprising of one of our creative thinkers.
Jessica Morgan-Helliwell has produced an outline pattern for you to download and fill in with the colours of your choice.
It may inspire you to get more creative during these unique, home-based times.
Where will you get your colour reference from?
I’d love to see all of your creations! So tag me on instagram/Facebook @Jmhtextiles and use the hashtag #colourwithjmh and ill repost your pictures on my social media!
I have tagged an image of how I have coloured it in as well to give you some inspiration🤩
These Times – How We Maintained Focus.
Yes, who does work in a space like this?
Staff have shared their temporary home working spaces.
Guess whose spaces they are?
Letters below the images
Share your guesses on your facebook pages.
More images to share as we move around the house/studio in future posts.
Full-on work in progress.
A full and happy studio. Great atmosphere.
The 3rd years preparing for their end of year.
We show in Bath and in London at New Designers in June and July.
The studio’s are hotting up.It’s all to work for.The degree deadline is looming
Where the School of Design is based
Showing in Chelsea is Amber Sorayapour with her work selected for Texselect
Next stop Paris with a new collection.
See you there
We are delighted to see 2nd year student’s work on page 40 and 47 of Bath Life magazine.
Following on from a successful joint show, with her contemporaries in the 2nd year, at the Holburne museum, ‘UpLate’,
Jess Morgan-Halliwell was approached to supply work reflecting trend for coming seasons.
See the Jess’s contribution here
The 1st yrs are researching inventive ways to make ‘yarn’. Based on research through drawing, and working with found and recycled materials, the students are busily creating fantasy yarns which will eventually be again translated into practical textile outcomes