Hayley Harrison
Hayley Harrison
Hayley is a lino print designer from Preston, Lancashire. Hayley first learned the established art of lino printing while studying printed textiles and surface pattern design at Leeds Arts University. 

After university Hayley went on to become an interior furnishings designer in Lancashire although it wasn’t long before the desire to create lino prints called again. While working full time Hayley used lino print as an expression of unrestricted creativity. 
Hayley’s inspiration comes from the flora and fauna of botanical imagery from outside of her small studio window and from the archives of her travels around Britain where she finds relaxation and peace in the calm of the natural world. 

Each printmaking process begins with a sketch from a photograph or a still life where detail is then slowly carved into a linoleum block using handheld carving tools. Once carved oil-based inks are applied with a roller and the print is hand pressed onto quality cotton paper. The print ‘Flowers for Bees’ was created from the passion of a personal project in her own garden, creating a garden that bees would love to help the declining population. The flowers represented in the print include Delphinium, Rosemary and Honeysuckle, all flowers that will attract bees into gardens across Britain. 

Hayley Harrison

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Weave a Scarf
Weave a Scarf

Saturday 5th September 2020

10am - 4pm

Join Jessamy and Sofia from Lazykate Textiles to weave a scarf on a rigid heddle loom using luxurious hand dyed yarns. You can even choose your own colours! 

Textiles Collage
Textiles Collage

Friday 16th and Friday 23rd October 1pm -4pm

6 hour workshop, spread over two 3 hour sessions.

Learn how to create a beautiful textile painting with the artist and maker Beverley Saville.  In this 6 hour workshop, spread over two 3 hour sessions Beverley will demonstrate the techniques she uses in her own work including collaging fabric, adding detail with paint and ink and enhancing with stitch. 

There will be plenty of opportunities to get hands on and ask questions.  The workshops are suitable for beginners and those with some experience wishing to try something new.  All materials needed will be provided, although you are welcome to bring your own fabric scraps, threads and inspirational pictures to add that personal touch.

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