Textile designer Ellen Mae Williams and artist working between London and Oxfordshire. She uses sustainable and traditional textile methods to create her naturally hand-dyed and hand-painted 100% linen fabrics. Her aesthetic forms a dialogue with the natural landscape, being inspired by the changing seasons of the English countryside and the skies above it. The patterns and colour combinations are unique to each piece. Fabulous styled as a tablecloth or throw.
Measures approx. 190 x 150cm
Machine wash on a cold, gentle cycle to preserve colours.
Keep out of direct sunlight to prevent fading.
Nature informs much of what textiles maker, designer and artist, Ellen Williams creates, specifically, the Oxfordshire landscape in which she grew up. Abstract artists including Gerhard Richter and Mark Rothko also inspire her work. A BA in textiles prompted an exploration of natural dyeing and colours that she could whip up in her kitchen. Ellen discovered that avocado skins and stones produced a beautiful muted pink shade and experimented with kitchen waste such as onion skins and coffee granules.Visit Designer Page
“It’s using the knowledge from the past and at the same time not ruining our planet”