LOUISE GOULT

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Textile artist Louise Goult's work is inspired by people and relationships, often focussing on memories of times together and places visited.

She creates pieces of conceptual work that contain a narrative, with the use of fabric and materials central to the work.

"I use the materials to convey the story or feeling behind the work. It's essential to me that the materials used are there for a purpose and to further enrich the piece".

Louise, from Saltburn-by-the-Sea, in North Yorkshire, also holds workshops and offers tuition. She holds a City and Guilds Level 3 in Textile Art and a Level 3 Award in Education and Training.

For more information email:

louisegoulttextiles@gmail.com

See a selection of her work below. To see more from her range, to make a purchase or commission a piece visit her website:

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WAVEBOWL Hand embroidery on silk fibres which have been carefully combined to create an ornamental bowl shaped like the waves. Embellished with hand embroidery Approx 29x26cm

PINKS hand embroidery inspired by a Huguenot silk design from the Liddiard Set (circa. 1720's) £40 Comes mounted in a white box frame measuring approx 23.5x33cm. Work measures approx 14x17cm

LOST MEMORIES naturally dyed fabrics with real leaves and hand embroidery using vintage threads.. Comes with display branch as pictured.

high quality 10 oz ceramic mug with the print taken directly from original artwork. Come in sturdy box for posting.

BOWL OF THREADS made entirely out of threads using free machine embroidery on water soluble fabric approx 15 cm diameter and 3 cm high

BEGINNERS HAND EMBROIDERY WORKSHOP KIT learn a variety of interesting stitches to create a beautiful sampler framed in an embroidery hoop.

ECO PRINT hand embroidery on paper with eco-printed leaves using natural pigments to pick out detailing. In a white box frame, measuring approx 23x17cm. Work measures 19x9cms

LADY SIEVE hand embroidery on a vintage sieve using vintage threads approx 17x17cm