Marilyn Williams

My background as an Art Teacher enabled me to work closely with the Textile and Design Technology Departments, developing projects together, resulting in an interest in a wide range of skills and materials.This led to a years secondment in D.T. My obsession with...

Sanae Saragai

Growing up in my native Japan, I was surrounded by the creations of my mother who was a dressmaker. This inspired me to become an artist and designer. Combining my mothers inspiration with various Japanese traditions, I became inspired to use these motifs in my work,...

Brenda Parsons

MSc, FRGS, FRSA, LSDC, HND Textiles  I was trained as a geographer and geologist, so have a great interest in international cultures and world environments. I am an avid photographer, collector and sketch-book creator. After a career in education, as a teacher,...

Karen Morton

Karen Morton I create functional and non-functional pieces including garments, wall-hangings and abstract sculptures, presenting textiles as art and artefacts. My work is two and three-dimensional and involves experimenting with materials, dyes and different textile...

Alex Mayer

Whilst doing a Foundation Course at West Sussex College of Art, I spotted some freshly dyed yarns hanging up to dry in one of the studios. I asked what went on in the studio, and, experienced an instant belief that that was what I wanted to do. I went on to study for...

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