Michele Irving is an artist who works mainly with fabric, combining this with embroidery, paint and beads. 
“I enjoy the versatility of textiles and the amazing colour range. Another reason is the feeling of following previous generations. My great-grandmother, grandmother and mother all stitched. It is my mother who taught me my first sewing skills.”

The themes of her work are predominantly about animals, often combining myths and fairytales with a play on words. Her animals live in another world in which they dream, dance, and celebrate life!

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The Wolf Puts Flour On His Paws To Trick the Seven little Kids

Fabric, applique, embroidery and paint.

Framed 230 x 175 mm.

At Kina NZ Design for Grimm in March.