Textile Design by Tamar Branitzky. This particular piece is one of my favourites the technique of stitching ripped papper on to fabric and using water colour to exaggerate the disintegration of the papers create a highly delicate and intricate decoration that could work brilliantly in my own work in captured the movement and reaction of animals furs as the animal moves.
St Nectan’s Kieve, Cornwall, England The waterfall in St. Nectan’s Glen has been described as one of the ten most spiritual sites in the country. It falls first into a kieve, orbasin (the Kieve is a potent symbol of Mother Earth and has long been a place of worship, reverence and healing since Celtic times). After the water leaps over a rock and into the kieve, it overflows and another waterfall carries the water to the lower level of the valley, where Condolden Barrow sits