Sunday, 28 June 2015

Cherish from the Lavish Utility Collection


Artist Book Nest from the Lavish Utility Collection.
Wet & dry hand felt with embellishment.

Carrie Scott-Huby
Artist  weaver of image, process & story.

Monday, 22 June 2015

Cherish Nest experimental lino cut prints

Experimenting with lino cut prints and  2D & 3D surfaces.
Materials used a re re-claimed animal welfare papers & tissue paper.
Nest your kindness print with Cherish origami heart.

Carrie Scott Huby
Artist  weaver of image, process & story.

Monday, 15 June 2015

Cherish handmade books
made with handmade paper, recycled paper, re-claimed paper.

Carrie Scott Huby
Artist weaver of image, process, story.

Monday, 8 June 2015

nest your kindness - handmade felt nest structure

Nest your kindness
hand felt nest structures made with local fleece, paper, copper wire, honesty seeds.
I have been thinking upon 'shoddy' & the traditional re-use of materials with it's own practical aesthetic. Plus how tradition & words soon get  re-emphasised and forgotten.
West Yorkshire was where Shoddy was invented.  Re-cycling remains an epicentre with Batley, West Yorkshire. 

Nest your kindness
I have been researching physical nests, the variations on structure, materials and the use for nurturing & for the cycle of life.

Monday, 1 June 2015

lino cut print cherish little wren

   Cherish  -  Little Wren
lino cut print on re-claimed paper


  Cherish  -  Little Wren  Heart Brooch
lino cut print , origami  heart brooch made with re-claimed paper
Carrie Scott Huby
Artist   weaver of image, process and story.

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

lino cut plate - cherish

Cherish - oak leaf, poppy flower, wren.

The above images I have chosen to decorate paper heart jewellery with the intent to foster husbandry of our environment , to cherish the world around us.
The brooches will for retail events and venues with the purpose to support charities.

Carrie Scott Huby
Artist   weaver of image, process & story.

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

handmade book workshop

Coptic binding book
a particular design of book I've wanted to attempt for awhile now.  Pleased with my first attempt.  I very enjoyed the rhythm of the stitching.

Japanese stab stich books.
Experimenting with details of stitches and belly bands.
Very much looking forward to making many more and experimenting with my own prints within the books. 
The above were produced during a workshop I attended delivered by Yorkshire Artist Katrina Cowling.
Carrie Scott Huby
Artist   weaver of image, process and story.