Debby’s work uses a variety of materials yet a similar approach to all the work, building up layers, relishing texture and detail.
“Fledgling” fabric collage and freemotion embroidery stitch. A whistful image created when all the children were leaving home.
Created from recycled fabrics and iridescent fibres this is a large scale wall hanging.
The Blue Morpho butterfly is an endangered species and metaphor for transformation.
“Breezy day on the Cornish Coast.” batik on silk
- silver textured with lace, fold formed around freshwatwer pearls.
“Sense of wellbeing”, paper sculpture
Mapping the senses Yellowstone, silk paper collage with free motion stitching
“Surface of the stream”, skeleton leaves, silk fibres, stitch
“from Eve’s garden” batik
“Origins” , silk cocoon fibre, free motion stitch