Alumni Tanya Fryer has completed the commission she gained while still a student at Bath School of Art and Design.Textile designer’s are so versatile!
Since graduating Tanya has been hard at work completing the piece and the painting is now successfully installed in Southgate Car Park -1 to -2 in Bath UK.
Many congratulations Tanya.That is a magnificent outcome.
…..and if you are quick today you can catch Tanya’s work here.
(Rie Suzuki on the right)
Born in Yamagata, Japan, in 1984
She studied textile design at Bath school of Art and Design.
Especially practiced embroidery
which is not just decoration but also manipulation for fashion fabric.
After graduated from art school,
I had worked as an assistant textile designer at Issey Miyake for 7 months.
Now, I am working as embroidery designer with different kind of materials in Japan.
PATTERIE is combined word with patter(n) and Rie which is my name.
PATTERIE sounds like fall off with surprise or good news,
so I hope people would like to sleep down with joy to see and have my stuff.
Catching up with the truly lovely Rie Suzuki
Rie is showing her beautiful and sensitive embroidery.
Here you see her in her pop up shop.Every success Rie.
Rie will have a show in BARCELONA in Sept.Watch this space for more images
Well it is for Bath School of Art and Design’s textile alumni Sara Gifford.
Sara is busy working in the team producing and conjuring up the magic for seasonal display at Harrods.
I’m a Visual merchandiser in the home department in Harrods, we create 90% of the in-store schemes and work alongside brands that have their own brand handwriting.
I would say Christmas is my favourite season.I love to create a magical space for all ages
We do have a very significant amount of say in all aspects of vm, from research, concept and delivery.
Eventually I would like to go into home styling for magazines or catalogs and further down the line to have my own business.
We can’t see why not Sara.You were an extremely capable and creative student and nothing has changed!
Keep in touch Sara with updates please.We love to see your practice.
Fabulous success at New Designers for students on our textile course. Chloe wins the Sanderson/Zoffany award. Well done Chloe.
Preparing the fabric display for New Designers in Islington.
Trialling how the fabrics will hang.
Two beautiful pieces of Nina Tagart’s work which will be on show in Islington June 2015.
What fabulous textures Hayley is producing in her knit.
Everyone is working flat out to create the best outcomes possible for their degree show.
Open to the public from June 6th you are more than welcome to come along.
See more of Hayley’s beautiful work here
The first day of printing base fabrics for the 1st years.Preparing for embroidery and, of course, more advanced printing techniques.Keep it coming.
Great dyed backgrounds too.Well done everyone,