Basketwheel Painted Silk Cushion

Rose de Borman
Basketwheel Painted Silk Cushion by Rose de Borman, a decorative piece inspired by myths and folklore.
Showcasing Rose de Borman's eclectic style, this piece is inspired by medieval embroidery and painting traditions. All of Rose's cushions are one-offs, each crafted using silk screen-printing, hand-painting and steaming techniques. The whole process is a labour of love, and therefore no two pieces are the same. Each textile piece by Rose de Borman is created using a technique consisting of silk screen-printing the silhouettes by hand & then hand-painting the colours into the shapes using dyes and a paintbrush. The silk is then steamed and washed, which changes and fixes the colours.
Material: Hand-dyed & hand-painted silk front, back and piping. Feather insert.
Dimensions: Height: 45cm Width: 45cm
Care Instructions: Dry-clean only
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The Maker Rose de Borman Multi-Disciplinary Designer - South East England

Rose de Borman is a textile and ceramic artist based in East London. Rose is inspired by the traditions of British folk art and the mythology of the natural world, creating one off pieces using a mixture of traditional and modern craft techniques. From stencils made with locally foraged flora, silks handpainted with mythical beasts, and pinched ceramic figurines referencing Staffordshire pottery traditions, Rose de Borman’s approach to her work is endlessly innovative and experimental.