Meet Our Contributing Designers & Collaborators
BEHIND THE SCENES
INTRODUCING, Bec Brown from Clouds of Colour
Bec was one of our first collaborators and her eye catching designs are always sell out successes. She is an artist and graphic designer, designing & creating original watercolour artworks, stationery, wedding stationery, children’s bedroom decor & fabric designs including a beautiful range of cushions, headscarves + more! A link to her inspiring website is below. Thank you Bec!
"My art is inspired by wild flowers, floral wallpapers, embroidery books and repeated patterns found in nature.
Life currently consists of painting and designing, being a full time mumma, filling my home with beautiful things and too many indoor plants, road trip dreaming, exploring my growing interest in plant based nutrition and exploring every piece of my creativity".
INTRODUCING, Georgina Hoby Scutt.
One of our talented SPRUCE designers whose popular prints are in many homes across New Zealand and sent overseas. We are huge fans of her own personal work which can be viewed through the weblink below. Thank you Georgina!
Georgina works across a range of media - painting on linen, plywood and canvas; also producing screen prints, collage and illustrations on paper.
Informed by her print & pattern design background, Georgie develops distinctive colour palettes and paints with broad expressive brushstrokes. She draws from the beautiful natural surroundings to produce landscape paintings and indulges her passion for fashion and textiles with portraits, still lifes and abstract works.
“I spent five years in Barcelona working as a freelance print and textile designer before returning to New Zealand and taking time out to have a family. I currently live in Nelson with my husband and three children. I began painting in 2016 and now spend wonderful hours producing original artworks from my home studio in Nelson.”
My work favours abstract expressionism, gesturalism and the Fauves. I am influenced by contemporary fashion, architecture and primitive form.
For me, the creative process is intuitive, exploratory, challenging and hugely joyful.