Felted vessels by Rae Woolnough

Rae uses various processes to create her felted artworks, vessels and sculptures and she will be demonstrating some of her techniques in our art trail on the Saturday at 1-2pm and on the Sunday at 10-11am in our art trail. Rae is exhibiting at Dural Mosaic Studio, 34 Muraban Rd, Dural so drop in and see Rae and learn about her felt making process while admiring her exquisite creations.

Rae Woolnough, Textile Artist

In preparation for Arcadian Artists, Rae Woolnough has taken her unique felting methods in a new direction.

This year for the first time, Rae has create large felted vessels that can be used for large simple floral arrangements or stand alone as a interesting 3D artwork.

Rae Woolnough, Textile Artist

The inner glass vessel is as much a part of the artwork as the felt and silk artwork encompassing it.  In some cases you can look through the external art into a different design within.  Rae’s work can be found at the Dural Mosaic Studio, 34 Muraban Rd, Dural.

Rae Woolnough, Textile Artist

MEET OUR FELT ARTISTS AND READ ABOUT THEIR INSPIRATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS.

Diana Booth

Diana Booth is a felt artist born in London to an English mother and Russian father. As she grew up she was exposed to the influences of many cultures. Read more

Katey Ghersini

Katey’s work process is laborious. She knits or crochets the basic shape of the intended piece she is going to create – but these shapes are oversized. Read more

Rae Woolnough

Rae’s experiments in felt making explore different techniques and textural directions. Read more

MEET OUR TEXTILE ARTISTS AND READ ABOUT THEIR INSPIRATIONS AND MOTIVATIONS.

Helen MacRitchie

Helen MacRitchie is a textile artist living and working on the North Shore of Sydney. Read more

Barbara Schey

Textiles are a very tactile experience for Barbara, consequently the many ways one can manipulate the cloth in shibori techniques to achieve new and exciting outcomes are sheer joy. Read more

Meredith Woolnough

Meredith Woolnough’s elegant embroidered traceries capture the beauty and fragility of nature in knotted embroidery threads. Read more

Lisa Shepherd

Lisa Shepherd is a textile designer and visual artist currently using photographic cyanotypes to create delicate, joyful artwork. Read more

Trish Fraunfelter

Living in the beautiful, natural environment of Berrilee, Trish Fraunfelter’s illustrations are a reflection of all that surrounds her. Read more

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