The work of Gloucestershire textile artist Louise Watson is all about the power of noticing: the subtle color of pebbles on a path, the ethereal wisp of a feather, the earthy texture of seed pods. Her work combines felt and other materials with a mix of machine and hand embroidery, letting the unpredictable characteristics of natural materials take center stage. Each piece explores some new aspect of the natural world, crafting a mood that’s as peaceful and reflective as a walk in the forest.
See more of Watson’s textile art, sketches, and inspiration on her blog!
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