I’ve created some Patterned Artworks for my vision of what Dundee will look like when the V&A Dundee is built on the River Tay. In my illustration I really wanted to capture the creativity going on in Dundee using my signature style. Using pattern as a metaphor to show the energy and creativity that weaves, blends and merges together with all the different creative people, cultural organisations and events happening in Dundee.
My Patterned Artworks have a natural flow that echo natures organic ability to sit in harmony to its surroundings and I see the V&A Dundee fitting into Dundees’ changing landscape very well.
This image is digitally printed on wool to create a wall hanging. The Patterned Artworks could be printed on a multitude of products from tea towels, ceramics, cushions, scarves, prints, mugs, notepads… the list is endless! I would love to be commissioned to create Patterned Artworks for the V&A Dundee.
My wall hanging will be on show at the Wasps Artists Open Weekend on the 19th & 20th October outside my studio on level 4, studio 404. You can find out more about the Open Studio weekend on my previous blog.