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May
09

craft and applied art

My work is evolving, I want to push the boundaries of knit.  Ideas have come from the strangest places.  I have really enjoyed collaborating with other makers on “Material Connections” exhibition, see example below. We should do more of this as makers.  www.makersguildinwales.org.uk

 

"Accord "- preview from "Material connections" exhibition

"Accord "- preview from "Material connections" exhibition

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Melissa Warren

Textile Artist Melissa Warren likes to challenge the boundaries of knitting. Based in the Rhondda in South Wales, Melissa works with knitting machines, combining hand-dying of pieces of knitting and yarns with structural elements to create large sculptural pieces, wearable body art and more traditional accessories.

As an Applied Artist, Melissa is a Craft Council selected member, as well as a member of The Makers Guild in Wales, who operate Craft in the Bay in Cardiff where her work is currently on permanent display.

Throughout her career Melissa's work has been widely exhibited in the UK as well as being exhibited in Europe, Japan and the USA.

Melissa is available for Exhibitions, talks and workshops and currently runs Lemon Blues, a small craft shop which is also her workshop in Pentre, Rhondda.

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