[caption id="attachment_305" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Insoluable: this piece, combines a textile base with jigsaw puzzle pieces. It can be arranged into fluid and pelt-like organic shapes. The fragmented pictures within make up an amorphous serpentine sculptural form.[/caption] Contemporary textilian artist Jellis has been appointed Textile Forum’s first Artist in Residence. For both our shows in 2014, award-winning artist Jellis will be creating unique installations with a textile theme. Look out for these specially commissioned artworks when you arrive at the March show. As a recent graduate in fine art, Jellis sees becoming Textile Forum's Artist in Residence as an exciting and inspiring opportunity. "It is a fantastic chance to make and exhibit new work in a beautiful venue alongside the very latest creative and innovative fashion fabrics. A lifelong passion for…
Leicestershire-based Montreux Fabrics has been producing luxurious jersey fabrics in the UK for more than 60 years using a wide range of yarns from micro modal to viscose linen. Find out more from Joseph Mulligan who will be on the stand.