Sea Thrift Weave

The West side of Lundy has high rugged cliffs often a haven for climbers there is a little plant that also clings to the cliff; Sea Thrift. Their presence is a sign of summer and the delicate pink is at odds with with the rugged windswept terrain in which they grow.

I wanted to represent their presence on the cliffs in a mini weave. I produced this on a hand made cardboard loom and used some driftwood to hang it from. I adore the effect the contrasting colours of the pink and green make. The blue in the fringe is a hint of the sea.

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