EDITH REWA WALLPAPER
Can you also please tell us about your design brand, Edith Rewa? How does your clothing and textiles connect audiences with the landscape? What does an increasingly extreme climate look like for gardeners… Read More. We chat with Elnaz about her process, ideas and transitioning from Iran to Melbourne. Claire Mcardle designed an earring range to sit with the scarves, Nick Mckinlay shot a behind the scenes film, Georgia Blackie did all the photography and styling, Jessica Allison was the seamstress of the camis, and even a little collab Clutch Purse with Esther from Togetherness Design , phoar! When I first saw the incredible work of Edith Rewa Barrett , there was so much about it that made my heart sing.
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You create the most beautiful and detailed botanical illustrations that are then translated into gorgeous fabrics, clothing and prints. Can you please tell us a little bit about yourself, and your life with plants? If you were a plant, what would you be?
It has been a big end to edlth year so right now I am looking edtih to a holiday in Tasmania in a couple of weeks!
What is it about this place that you were so connected to and how does your work reflect this? From there I will spend time with the plant, deciding what aspect of the specimen I want to highlight in my drawing and the best angle or way to tackle the composition. Who are you inspired by? Documenting her reverence for the native plant world with pen and paper, Edith brings the stories of her travels home with her, adorning silk scarves and art prints with highly detailed illustrations of the bush and the colours of the desert.
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If you could be anywhere right now, where would you be? What does an increasingly extreme climate look like for gardeners… Read More. It is through my personal work that I navigate my way into a place, through walking and observing, learning, listening and drawing. My inspiration is almost always centered around place and a plant! Painting and drawing floral designs full time in a print studio kept my pencils sharp and trips to the Blue Mountains and Sydney surrounds had me eagerly drawing and learning about local native species.
What are some of your favourite Australian natives? How does your work reflect your identity and connection to place? We chat with Elnaz about her process, ideas and transitioning… Read More.
I will usually sketch in pencil on location, and take photos and then head back to my studio to draw up the final illustration in pen. I also had a lot of alone time whilst living there which I think allows for a more intense kind of connection with a place. Gardens rural gardening I scan this into Photoshop, and play with colour and pattern design from there. I was given a manuscript to delve into and a lovely long plant list to draw which focused on flora from a few different geographic areas of Australia.
What does an increasingly extreme climate look like for gardeners in rural Australia? It allows for a curiosity and edth place to keep memories and plants alive in a different sense. When I first saw the incredible work of Edith Rewa Barrettthere was so much about it that made my heart sing. Was there an important person in your life who inspired your love of the natural world? Daily bush walks quickly developed in me an affection for certain nooks of Blackheath, a place with quite a few distinctly different flora areas.
What eedith it about travelling and seeing new places and spaces that inspires your creative spirit? Once the design is final, I have the designs digitally printed on silk crepe de chine at Think Positive in Sydney and hemmed there also. There is nothing like travelling to start my pen itching and head buzzing!
All drawings, paintings and patterns are a culmination of trips and time I have spent in different landscapes sketching and mark making. Everything I create for Edith Rewa is a sharing of my plant excitement and desire to encourage a reverence of native Australian plants.
I think that the slightly tragic name of the Eremophila neglecta perfectly captured this notion, one of the less showy eremeophila species but so beautiful nonetheless. I like to hope that by transferring onto cloth my drawings of plants and places that may not always be geographically or seasonally accessible rdwa our daily lives brings snippets of landscapes to people.
What do you love most about the Reaw landscape? This was the first place I had lived where I was able to easily observe the daily and seasonal changes and cycles of plants both individually and collectively. We chat with Elnaz about her process, ideas and transitioning from Iran to Melbourne.