Plan YellowBy Michelle House
Textile (Cotton, Fabric, Thread), Dyes and pigments screen-printed on to linen and cotton
Dimensions: 60cm (H) x 60cm (W) x 5cm (D) / 23.6" (H) x 23.6" (W) x 2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
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Plan Yellow is one in a series of three called the Plan Series. It was part of 'Collect: The Leading International Fair for Contemporary Art and Design' by the Crafts Council and in partnership with Artsy in 2021. It was also shown by the CAA gallery as part of Focus 21 at the Design Centre Chelsea Harbour for London Design Week in 2021 and at their gallery in Marylebone.
Hand-printed in layers with varying opacity onto linen and cotton satin and using textile printing techniques, hand-cut stencils and photography, Michelle combines a skilful and joyous use of colour using texture to hint at surfaces within architecture. The linen and cotton have been sewn together to create the juxtaposition of textures in this piece.
The ‘Plan Series’, was inspired by the footprints of a building, plans, architectural details, geometric forms of structures and the voids in between: the spaces we inhabit, have left behind and pass through. The artworks were created simultaneously in the studio, a way of working that Michelle prefers, enjoying the relationships and interplay that results during the making of her hand-printed, one-off artworks.
Dyes and pigments screen-printed on to linen and cotton and stretched over a wooden frame. Framed in a white wooden box frame with anti-reflective glass.
Unframed size – 50 x 50 x 2.5cm
Framed size – 60 x 60 x 5cm
Based in: London
Michelle House is a London based artist with a strong graphic eye and a talent for bold uplifting colour combinations. Michelle gained a BA degree in art textiles from Goldsmiths College, London and later went on to study digital fine art.
Using screen-printing, hand-cut stencils, photography and painting, she layers dyes …
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