Cotswold Sheep XI

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Type: Original Textile (supplied framed)


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A wonderful textile collage by Barbara Shaw.

Available as either the amazing original piece or as a smaller signed limited edition print.

The original textile piece includes a wealth of intricate detail and is finished with real sheep fleece. It is supplied framed in a white wood box frame.  The outer frame size is approximately 59cm x 49cm.

The print is a signed limited edition, an edition of 100, each is signed and numbered by the artist. The print is supplied mounted (unframed).  The print image size is approximately 27cm x 18cm, and the outer mount size is approximately 45cm x 35cm.

The original textile piece can also be purchased using Own Art - payment by 10 interest free instalments of £65 per month - contact the gallery for an online application form link and full details.

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About Barbara Shaw - Textile Artist

"I create art in textiles and ‘paint’ with fabric, making images by hand-stitching small pieces of material together in layers. My work includes elements of both art and craft which reflects my interest in Impressionist paintings and the process of handcrafting. My interpretation of subjects in a fresh way encourages viewers to take a second look at the textures and thread detail."

As well as regularly exhibiting in galleries and exhibitions in the south of England, Barbara has recently been Artist-in-Residence at two National Trust properties: Chastleton House, a 17thC House in the Cotswolds and Claydon House, an 18thC House in Buckinghamshire.

In 2014 Barbara was awarded a prize for Excellence in Craft in Oxfordshire and a picture was purchased for the Oxfordshire County Museum collection. Barbara's work has also featured in magazines such as Cotswold Life, Be Creative with Workbox and Craft and Design and Leisure Painter. 

Barbara is a Member of Oxfordshire Craft Guild and a Licentiate Member of the Society of Designer Craftsmen.

Commissions through the gallery are welcome.