Monday, 23 January 2012

Private View: SUTURE, at The Foundry Gallery

These Images are from my latest Exhibition, Suture, Running from 12th January to the 28th of February. It revealed my latest Piece Cenozoic, made out of leathers, printed cottons and laminated silks. The Piece was suspended using the space in the window, which had a wonderful depth. Models were Wearing my work, showing how it can be functional Within different contexts.

Sunday, 22 January 2012

Escapism in the street

I was really encountered by this secret lane in Londin street. The Idea of behind the Streets is an escapiam of nature and sky, which one would not expect to see, I was really taken back by the bright light that was shining through this alleyway, contrasting from the darkness of the passage. Also the image of the person walking in the distance created a lovely motion the the picture.

Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Wonderful Lizard Orchid Photos

These Images wonderfully capture the organic beauty in their surroundings, the Bright sun is also a stunning, and brings out the diversity of colors within these structures, love the freshness of the upper two photos. the photos reveal density as well as the separation of the flowers depending on the angles that you view these pieces. the suspension, against gravity is further inspiring, with the spirals coming out in a scattered however repetitively perfect way. contrasting between confusion and symmetry in design.

New necklace Design

Necklace commissioned, cottons, silks and synthetics use of blues, greens and whites within this design.


FEW Images From the opening night!! Great Turn Out, Really appreciate everyone's support.

Suture Exhibition

Here is the final Invitation for my first solo Show! OPen untill 28th of feburary, weekdays 10am untill 5pm
Found some amazing videos!! Think of the scale!!

Friday, 6 January 2012

Karl Blosffeldt
Karl Blosffeldt (1865-1932) was a German photographer who became world-famous through his sculptural close-up photography of plants and flowers. By isolating flower buds, leaves and stems, he returned them to their highly aesthetic sculptural, core forms, disconnected from their original context.,-karl