correspondence received this morning.
minus identifying appellations but otherwise unharmed.
On Mar 08, 2012, at 03:13 AM, ***** <*******@hotmail.co.uk> wrote:
Dear Ms Flint,
My name is ***** and I am an A2 textile student studying in the UK. I am currently doing a project on time and change, where I am representing how life is becoming so modernised and so I am mainly taking the influence of old style artwork.
I was particularly drawn to your work as the colour combinations in some peices, such as the browns, greys, blacks and oranges create an effect I am attempting to achieve myself.
Therefore I was wondering if you may be able to offer me some advice on how you create your particular patterns and textures, or the materials that work best. If you have the chance any advice would come in very useful.
Thank you for your time.
than you for your enquiry. I have published two books which comprehensively answer the questions you have posed so forgive me if i don't retype the text here.
Eco Colour [Murdoch Books 2008] discusses dyes in depth, Second Skin [Murdoch Books 2011] investigates the provenance and prospects of cloth and clothing.