Made from silk, wire velvet and feathers. Photo by Tas Kyprianou.
Flora and Fauna Installation
Collection of peas made from abaca, silk, straw and found feathers. Photo: Tas Kyprianou
Egg collection made from silk and found feathers. 25 x 40 x 5cm. Photo by Tas Kyprianou
Which Came First, the Pattern or the Shape?
Moving insect leg made from wire and thread. 40 x 18 x 10cm. Photo by Tas Kyprianou.
Velvet honeybees with feather wings visiting a flower. 30 x 25 x 25cm. Photo by Tas Kyprianou
Made from wire, thread and crystals. Photo by Allan Jenkins.
Butterfly in sinamay, silk organza, and found feathers. 15 x 8 x 3cm. Photo by Andra Nelki.
Flower made from wire and needles. 30 x 40 x 10cm. Photo by Tas Kyprianou
X-ray still life with sinamay fruits and wasp. 15 x 15 x 15cm. Photo by Martin Urmson.
Made for ‘Mad for Tea’, an exhibition at Fortnum and Mason. Photo by Andra Nelki
Spoonful of Sugar hat
Velvet bees with budgerigar feather wings and satin camellia flower. 50 x 50 x 50cm. Photo by Andra Nelki