Louise O'Hara works out of her little studio in the heart of Cheshire, surrounded by the sewing machines, boxes of vintage fabrics, typewriters and thread that she incorporates into her richly layered seascapes and landscapes. While gaining her Masters Degree in Fashion and Textiles, she discovered the Japanese aesthetic concept of Wabi-Sabi and aims to capture ‘beauty in imperfection’ in her designs. Louise is influenced by aged textures and surfaces and loves to play around with threadbare, hand dyed fabrics and hand painted papers. Substituting the pencil for her needle and thread, Louise stitches stories into her paper and uses layers and discarded items to create a sense of nostalgia and narrative in her work.
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