My daughter Alice Pattullo is bringing out a book too! She is doing a launch and signing soon in London at The House of Illustration if you can make it. The information is on the poster below.
She has always collected interesting images of animals and so was pleased to be able to work on her own version drawing on her visual research to create her unique illustrations. She has written about the process of researching, drawing and printing on her blog HERE if you want to find out how a creative mind works from initial idea to product.
It isn't just for children and am sure all artists and adults would love it too. Her book is available on kindle too see the link HERE. I am so proud of her.
Friday, 23 September 2016
Tuesday, 20 September 2016
Here are a few patterns I have seen today . Hope the pics are OK they haven't been edited
Saturday, 17 September 2016
Today I sat in the warm sunshine at the allotment and finished the stitching on to a collage I started at Chateau Dumas. I was encouraging the students to use patchwork over papers to construct shapes to layer up in their collages. In this one a piece of french text donated by one of the students has been left in. I have used stars within my collages a lot over the years, sometimes constructing them and sometimes using ones unpicked from quilts. They always remind me of old patchwork.
Friday, 16 September 2016
I never thought I would go back to Indian fabrics for inspiration but I was given some old embroidered pieces unpicked from a wall hanging and couldn't resist trying to mix them up with my other vintage bits and pieces. I have purposely used the back of the fragment at the centre as I love that neon orange thread. I am working in a hospital project at the moment where we are using neon threads and hi vis clothing and I guess this echoes where I am with that. I am however letting it go… it is on Etsy now.
Wednesday, 14 September 2016
Thursday, 8 September 2016
My book is officially published today! Thank you to all the artists who contributed images as your work will surely help to inspire readers too. If you have pre-ordered and you receive your copies over the next few days I hope you are not disappointed.