Summer is a beautiful time to see London and Art Galleries, this painting is a reminder of this time. It captures a moment of colour and socialisation. The artist has painted within this setting on a number of occasions, so there are a few variations within her collections based on this subject matter. This particular piece focuses on the front entrance of this particular gallery; the conversation filled tables, full of characters and life.
The original painting which this piece was taken from, has often been likened to Venice and Italian scenes – where will it take you to? You can decide the location, it doesn’t have to be as the artist intended.
A scarf, wrap, hairband…even a frameable piece – what will yours become?
Silk Satin, printed in the UK by a family run firm.
Please note that most items are made to order, each one carefully hand rolled and finished by hand.
60 × 60 cm
Caring for your items
Silk scarves should be gently hand washed.
Scarves can be ironed on medium heat. For best results iron on reverse.
Inspired by the artist’s visits to art galleries, focus has been honed in on the culture and ambience of the place, the “café culture” and the character of both the attendees and the building itself. This part in her collection, is aptly named ‘The Gallery Set’ has been mainly derived from her original paintings and sketches, which have been developed into patterns and files suitable for print.
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Ailish is a practicing artist who has had two solo exhibitions to date, one in London and another in the North East of England.
Printed Textiles is Ailish’s main focus. Using her original works, she develops them into digital files. A British based fabric printing company is then assigned to print the designs on her favoured cloth. She uses this digitally printed material to create Scarves, Pocket Squares, wall mountable art and jewellery.
As a practitioner she sees this as a crucial move forward; “one off” art can now be available for a wider audience to view and collect. Coupled with this, the fabric she prints serves as a durable catalogue of her design highlights.
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