Wonderful Nautical themed gift items from Hannah Wisdom Textiles. Made using rescued and recycled fabrics sewn onto old discarded admiralty charts! www.hannahwisdomtextiles.com

Wonderful Nautical themed gift items from Hannah Wisdom Textiles. Made […]

Wonderful Nautical themed gift items from Hannah Wisdom Textiles. Made using rescued and recycled fabrics sewn onto old discarded admiralty charts!

www.hannahwisdomtextiles.com

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Hannah Wisdom is a textile artist based in Plymouth. She creates works which reference our locality and heritage, culture and wildlife, by sewing rescued fabrics onto discarded admiralty sea charts. The charts provide an immediate linkage to the environment of the subject, and Hannah loves how their scars and blemishes add an extra layer of context and history. She sells originals, limited edition prints and a range of printed gift items online, via craft markets and galleries.
Her coasters are £5 (+p&p), teatowels £12 (+p&p) and Cushions £25 (+p&p) and they all make delighted little Father;s Day gifts to show dad and grandad that their presence is appreciated!

Hannah Wisdom Textiles

“My original textile artworks are created in my Plymouth, Devon studio, using rescued and recycled fabrics sewn onto old discarded admiralty charts. My works show wildlife, history and culture, and the charts add context, providing an immediate linkage to the environment of the subject. The charts bring their own history to the piece, and I love how their scars and blemishes add an extra layer of interest to the work.

My prints are produced by my local fine art printer, using cutting edge 3D scanning technology. This means that my prints show all the texture and depth of the original works, and are often mistaken for the originals!

Original works and signed limited edition fine art giclee prints are available. My images are also reproduced on a range of high quality gift and home items.

A number of my original works and prints are available to view and purchase at Kaya Gallery on the Barbican, Plymouth.”