Augusta Akerman – Inside Fenton House Silk Scarf

Augusta Akerman Inside Fenton House Scarf
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Augusta Akerman is a freelance Illustrator and surface pattern designer currently living and working in London. After Graduating from the Glasgow School of Art in 2008 with a BA Hons in Fine Art Photography she began to make small artist books that combined photography and a little illustration. In 2013 she decided to take a year off from working in film to study for an MA in Illustration at Camberwell College of Art. Her work is primarily narrative based combining a classic illustrative style with a looser abstract sense of design. She works with a variety of materials including pen and ink as well as lino relief printing. She also works with textiles and wallpapers transferring her illustrations to silk and cotton, exploring a range of subjects that include climate change and the migrations of animals and the hand of the artist. Nominated as a ‘One to Watch’ in the Homes & Gardens Fabric Awards, the work made especially for TRACES at Fenton House celebrates the house itself and the National Trust. Items from within the house and garden are hand printed and arranged into a repeating pattern. The choice of silk as a material echoes the history of Joshua Gee and his silk trading past.

Medium: Pure Silk

Dimensions: 50×50 cm


3 in stock

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