Bryony Rose Jennings: Textile Sculpture Creates Characterful Creatures
Today on the Stitchery Stories embroidery and textile art podcast, Bryony Rose Jennings shares her life in fabric & thread. Bryony is a textile sculptor who originally trained in jewellery making and silversmithing, although she has always has textiles and creativity in her life. She creates her textile menagerie, which is a wonderful world of stylised imaginary creatures full of character and personality.
Continue reading to discover the highlights of our chat and to see examples of Bryony’s work.
Bryony shares why she moved from jewellery to textile sculpture, and we highlight that there are more commonalities between the two than you would first think!
Susan Weeks chats with Bryony about:
- Juggling international teaching with a young family
- Turning to more toddler-friendly materials and techniques for her art
- A madcap patchwork donkey that changed her life
- Her textile sculpture techniques – these are NOT soft toys!
- Making time everyday to be creative
and much more…
For this episode… View Show Notes, Links & Examples of Bryony’s work at https://stitcherystories.com/bryonyrosejennings
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