The very talented Jazmine Miles-Long returns to Field Work this March with new taxidermy pieces. Jazmine's beautiful and tenderly created ethical taxidermy gives her subjects such character and pathos.
Kitty Farrow Press are producing a range of hand bound books especially for Field Work 2011. They will range from simple bound notebooks and sketchpads to more elaborate works incorporating old ephemera such as antique medical slides
Weird Folk is the exhibition we're holding in Field Work's gallery downstairs.
Neal Jones, Betsy Dadd and Max Wade are all London based artists. We chose them to show together because of a shared warmth, humanity, playfulness and sensitive use of colour in their work. They will be showing a range of new paintings prints and objects and there will also be a stand of additional drawings and prints for sale in the shop. (Images from top to bottom- Betsy Dadd, Max Wade and Neal Jones)
FANCY GOODs SHOP was set up by (me), Rose de Borman and is a selection of mainly hand made products, with a folk art leaning from around the world. It is a new venture (set up with the idea of helping to fund my travels to new places) and Field Work will be their first proper outing. Hand painted Medieval replica brooches from Pennsylvania USA
Hand knitted Fairisle gloves from the Shetland Isles
Hand made papier mache masks with moving jaws from India See more (but not all yet) here
Huw Griffith is an antiques dealer and designer. Broadly his work involves reworking antiques, (commonly 19th Century mirrors) by adding old textiles, painting, and generally reinventing overlooked objects into modern design pieces that are highly in demand. He has worked on a myriad of different projects from top end fashion houses to swanky restaurants, and we are pleased to say he is returning to Field Work for the second time. He will be bringing a range of furniture, paintings, mirrors and possibly some little unexpected curiosities he has picked up along the way.
Kirsten Hecktermann, a textile designer, researcher and maker has designed and commissioned this beautiful range of spoons in bone and locally managed hardwood from Africa. Hinshelwood de Borman are very pleased to be stocking a selection at Field Work 2.
Shipping Forecast is producing a collection of knitted accessories and accoutrements for our Field Work shop in March. All knits are handmade in the UK using 100% British wool, inspired by British and Nordic seafarers.
This is the blog for Caitlin Hinshelwood and Rosie de Borman's collective efforts which include their self titled homeware range, 'Field Work' Pop Up Shop and Gallery and their printed textiles studio.
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