Batik Paisley was unearthed on a design trip to India. Originally produced using the ancient art form known as Kalamakri, meaning artwork created with an ink pen, employed a method of hand painting and block printing. Printed on a silk linen ground, Batik Paisley captures the escalation of design with 21st century techniques, which replicate the Kalamakri art form. The embellishment of random embroidered flower motifs introduces a dimension of colour to this design.
The inset picture show a part of the full width of: 143 cm
The colours shown are not binding.
|Composition:||82%Flax (Linen) 18%Silk|
|Horizontal repeat:||65 cm|
|Vertical repeat:||77 cm|