Felicity Borwick
Felicity was trained in textile design and her work reflects a deep affinity with fabrics, textural surfaces and pattern. Until recently she taught Art in schools as a specialist teacher and remains a committee member of the Association of Suffolk Art Teachers (ASAT). She is developing closer links with Suffolk schools and University Campus Suffolk and exhibits with ASAT around the county. Felicity is a member of East Anglian Stitch Textiles (E.A.S.T)

Felicity's work is inspired by her personal life experiences, as well as the people and things around her. She is fascinated with how the strands of people's lives become woven together by events. Through her Art Felicity responds to and processes the experiences of life. Working by exploration, reflection and experimentation she uses processes of changing, embellishing, distorting, deconstruction, layering and burning out of fabrics and other materials.
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Joined February 2016
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Signs of Spring
Spring flowers always fill me with optimism and happiness. I particularly love it when tulips naturally droop down towards the surface below them
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Chinese Whispers
The start of something... The fragments of fabrics interact in colour , shapes and position. A new beginning, to be added to...
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Response to 'Wave'
I was drawn to the colours and movement in 'Wave' by Sarah Tappenden. I responded with textures felted into the fabric and couched on top with handstitching and beading.
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