i’m jealous of sarah walton

Sigh. I absolutely love these pieces by UK based artist Sarah Walton… her squiggly embroidery, those floopy hounds, and a whole bunch of crazy/vintage floral patterns. Um, I have nothing else to say, as I am currently experiencing some kind of jealousy overload.






comments (10)

  1. tijana /// 06.07.2012 /// 12:07pm

    amazing! … i’m quite tempted to see if she’d do one of me and my pup!

  2. the jealous curator /// 06.07.2012 /// 12:30pm

    ooh, let me know if that happens!

  3. Kathy /// 06.07.2012 /// 8:43pm

    Very cool! I love those doggies.

  4. Rachael /// 06.07.2012 /// 10:25pm

    Damn, now I’m jealous too! I love the minimal lines that convey so much. The prints, those squiggly black lines? Yup, I’m jealous too.
    Thanks for sharing. Now, she’s my new favorite artist too.

  5. Patrice A. /// 06.08.2012 /// 12:32am

    wauw
    these are great!
    thanks
    for sharing!!

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  7. Jodie /// 08.01.2013 /// 9:30am

    thought you may enjoy Celia Johnson’s fine art — you can see her commercial work here http://www.rappart.com but it is her fine art that seems jealous worthy!

    as always- love your posts (and your work)
    Jodie Hein

  8. Jodie /// 08.01.2013 /// 9:31am

    http://celiajohnson.net/paintings-2011-2012/1
    here is the link to her fine art.

  9. the jealous curator /// 08.01.2013 /// 12:07pm

    oh! very nice!! thanks so much jodie : )

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