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The river design was sandblasted and represents a birds eye view of the River Deben, Suffolk.
Sheep fleece and wire mesh weaved to create a ghostly representation on Queen Raedwald contemplating her King's burial at Sutton Hoo, Suffolk.
Detail of last image.
Some of the amulets found in the viking ship to protect and take the King into the afterlife were depicted and hung in the trees next to the textile sculpture and used for story telling at Sutton Hoo.
Community art project engaging a senior group to create this textile work to commemorate the village of Evanton's third centenary.
A range of found and recycled textiles were used to create the pictorial large image. Embroidered club badges were designed, stitched and applied over the fabric and set off with a tartan border.
Entrance stone to the Peek Close Housing project commissioned by the Lavenham Community Land Trust, Lavenham, Suffolk.
Inscription on the the reverse of the entrance stone made from honed slate.
Permanent artwork installation, centre piece for the Peek Housing Project commissioned by LCLT.
Lorraine engaged primary school children in a project connected to the Peom 'The Star' aka 'Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star' that was written by the author who lived in Lavenham.
The children created a worksheet to identify their DOB with star constellations. Pupil shown connecting her own star constellation.
The children used their own fingerprints at plot out the constellations. these were then connected together.
Artist, teachers and children worked together.
Collaborative night sky painting hanging in Lavenham Tourist Information Shop.
Lorraine stencilled the poem down the side of the children's constellations to connect the poem with their work.
The constellations on the painting were photographed and edited to create artwork for sandblast stencils, shown here ready for sandblasting.
Ready for sandblasting.
Star constellations created during the children's workshops were converted to stencils for sandblasted and painting.
Artwork sandblasted and infilled with colour and ready for installation.
Artwork created by school and nursery children was sandblasted into the boulders and installed on site.
Dip painting were created for the children relating to the theme and Christmas because the workshops were conducted in early December.
Children created cutout stars using Flimo Clay.
Each of the nursery children created a card using the dip paintings and their Flimo clay stars that they took home for their family.
Using the same artwork from the large painting Lorraine produced artwork for printing on mugs and tea towels. The blue print represents the famous Lavenham Blue broadcloth that was produced by Lavenham Mills during medieval times.
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