- Artist Caitlin Hinshelwood
- Date 2021
- Size 90 x 90cm
- Materials Hand dyed and screen printed on large vintage habotai silk, hand rolled
Hand dyed and screen printed on large vintage habotai silk, hand rolled scarves.
The scarf is printed in a limited edition of 9 with no two colourways printed exactly the same, guaranteeing you a unique piece. The print is a celebration of the start of spring; plants and sun returning, and festivities associated with the end of winter - straw decorations and painted eggs. The name Marzanna relates to a Slavic tradition where a Marzannaeffigy made of straw, eggs and fabric is drowned or burned to represent the death of winter.
About the Artist
Caitlin Hinshelwood lives and works in London. She produces distinctive collections of illustrative, hand-worked, printed textiles with an accomplished use of colour. Traditional methods and processes for textile screen-printing and dyeing are central to her work. She is interested in how textiles can be used to communicate and how they can act as repositories of personal or social history.
Caitlin is currently Joint Course Leader on BA Textile Design at Central Saint Martins and has exhibited her work nationally and internationally.