Textile hornet under glass funnel. Made from chiffon, satin, wire and embroidery thread. Photo: Tas Kyprianou
Butterfly made from silk, wire and thread with feather wing spots, framed under domed glass on square wall panel. Size 25 x 25 x 7cm
Beast in the Butterfly
A textile interpretation of the texture and camouflage patterns on a garden tiger moth, made from velvet, feather, abaca fibre and silk, in round domed glass frame. Size: 15cm diameter
Tiger’s Eye Spot
Still life with cloud of fruit flies on sinamay grapes. 40 x 40 x 30cm. Photo: Tas Kyprianou.
Flora and Fauna Installation detail
Collection of peas made from abaca, silk, straw and found feathers. Photo: Tas Kyprianou
Framed collection of strawberries. Materials: Chiffon, satin, velvet, and embroidery thread. Size: 35 x 32 x 3cm. 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?
Sculpture describing the structure of a flower. Materials: wire and needles. Photo: Tas Kyprianou
An installation showing a body of work set out with all its inspirations and experiments. Photo: Tas Kyprianou
Life Cycle of Making – installation detail
Digitally printed words overlaid with silk organza on stretched canvas showing an exact record of creating an insect leg in words.
Installation detail – making monologue.
UNVEILED The Craft of Millinery exhibition London Craft Week 2019 Photo by Chrysoulla Photography