Arts Thread Home Main Menu. Her inspiration comes from flora from springtime. You are commenting using your Twitter account. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Twitter Facebook Like this: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here
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Natalie Ratcliffe, The Last Leaf | Drawings, Paintings, Collages | Printmaking, Art, Artwork
I have opted to chose the following works to further my own design work through my own research of flora. Email required Address never made public. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here I like the composition.
Natalie Ratcliffe – Surface Pattern Designer and Print-maker
Add To Current Event: Click To See Website. Her works combine traditional print techniques with computer aided design. Fill in your details below or ratcligfe an icon to log in: Twitter Facebook Like this: Share Project Appreciate Project. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
You are commenting using your Google account. Once you are finished, click on the Save Project button to save your changes. Natalie Ratcliffe is a surface pattern designer and print-maker. Taking the beauty of the English forest as initial inspiration, care and attention has been taken when observing flora in bloom, looking at the smaller details of different foliage always with fresh eyes and a new approach.
However my works will cover winter flora, as my primary research covers mainly winter flora. Throughout her portfolio on her website natalieratcliffe.
You are commenting using your WordPress. Register – click here. Arts Thread Home Main Menu. Notify me of new comments via email. The following images are pieces of her work that inspire me. Ratcliffe uses the print techniques to give her creations a sense of depth, using layering techniques to create different tones within the print.
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This collection is based on the language of flowers and aims to create a fresh representation of a traditional subject. Interested in the significance of flora in both decorative design and everyday life this collection aims to create a sense of wonder within an interior environment.