This print is inspired by lush English greenery. It was painted in watercolours to get the delicate definition of different tones where the shadows fall on the leaves. It is my own personal homage to nature, and I’ve made it free and full of energy.
Lush, scrumptious forest greens on a canvas white background.
Rich deep navy with pops of forest teals, bottle greens and electric blues
Soft ethereal white mixed with dove grey and thistle shades form a shadow confetti.
Inspired by ancient techniques used in Japan’s textile history. Shibori bleaches out shapes in indigo dyes. The technique has soft blurred edges and creates watery blurred results. I have drawn abstract poppies floating in a sea of Shibori blues.
Shades of electric, sky and grey blues dancing across a crisp white ground with tones of nude and ivory. Perfect for a beach wedding.
A deep dark navy with black shadows, brought to life by bright regal splashes of gold. Perfect for a winter wedding.
Picture the marble columns in the Vatican and ceilings of the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul or the floors in Versailles: natural materials in their grandest state. This print is inspired by a venetian marbling technique and ancient stone. The colours are natural stone mixed with Ladurée pastels, creating a look fit for royalty!
Soft ethereal sky blues mixed with stone greys and seafoam greens.
Pastel Spring nudes and pinks swirling together to create a subtle feminine, chic look.
Blossom petals floating on a rippling stream in Springtime inspired by the painting ‘Ophelia’ by Sir John Everett Millais and the Pre-Raphaelite movement that worshipped nature as the truest form of beauty.
Hues of fuschia pinks, burnt oranges, mango and nudes. A perfect pretty, feminine palette.
Rich warm, winterberry colours, almost Medieval and regal. Perfect for a winter wedding.