Marilyn Reeman is influenced by sturdy construction and is drawn to the beauty of robust shapes and forms. Marilyn is both an Artist making textiles as well as an Interior Designer with a clear vision. She likes to create one off and limited edition textile pieces so recently teamed up with Circle of Designers. There is no mistaking that Marilyn Reeman’s contrasting neutral palette and her fine woollen scarves are a simply superb collection.
Circle of Designers is always working behind the scenes sourcing new qualities of natural fibre textiles to print your designs onto. We are also on the search for low impact GOTS certified dyes. The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) sets the Oeko-Tex 100 which is an international certification process and eco-friendly. Generally low impact dyes […]
Watercolour artist Ingrid Bowen is hanging her work alongside ceramicist Larissa Warren in an exhibition called ‘Scripted by Nature’ at Suki and Hugh Gallery Bungendore, 17th Aug – 29th Sept 2019. The artists are exploring the patterns, layers and synergetic cycle of regeneration between earth and forest. Working in ink & watercolour, Ingrid is fascinated […]
Julie Christensen‘s work appears to naturally lend itself to be made into silk scarves to wear. Her depiction of each nuance of colour in every petal shows her deep love and fascination for her chosen subject. Julie has explored different varieties of flowers such as lillies, poppies, peonies and always returns to her favourite subject […]
In June as part of the Pittwater Artists Trail, Ally Bryan’s exuberant Art work was on display at Newport Community Centre. Ally’s work is influenced in every way, just like her, by the ocean and everything sea. Her lovely display incorporated a new series of seascape paintings. These mixed media artworks evoked the spontaneous energy of the surf and coast life. Another addition that set off the display were her painted found flotsam objects. The silk scarves of her artworks were hung for effect.
Nicole Law has put her art onto scarves. Nicole is an impassioned drawer and mark marker who believes in the meditative and repetitive power of incrementally just doing work when you can, within the parameters of your life situation. Her palette revolves around the strong use of black and white and building up layers to create her […]
We’ve been making bags from our hand designed hand printed patterns by Australian artists – yes – and lots of them. Tote bags – Shopping bags – Yoga bags. Made form Hemp, Hemp/Organic cotton blends all of our bags are more durable, washable and stylish than any of your existing bags.
Anjum Olmo designer from the Blue Mountains NSW has been busily adding to her art portfolio & repertoire of new work by creating a new series. Pictured here is the vibrant and raw depiction & her version of ‘Parsnips’. Such a beauty of organic shape & bright saturation of colour. A natural textile design don’t […]
What a glorious combination. The artist & designer Danielle Kojic has been experienting with her paintings on silk. See the silken textures of her oil paint brushstrokes rolling over the undulating surface of this sumptious nature fibre.
The ‘North Island’ collection is a group of six cushions, digitally printed with eco dyes on hemp/organic cotton and framed with charcoal hemp/organic cotton piping. Molly was an artist and naturalist who travelled around early last century staying with friends & family in the North Island of New Zealand carrying her watercolour set and sketchbooks. […]