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                         Sculpture: Cross Stitch, Embroidery, Cross Stitch eggs and Textile on Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric).

1 of 13 already sold.

Embroidered with this quirky take on the traditional cross stitch sentiment "Home Sweet Home", this hand drilled & hand stitched organic duck egg, is sure to accent any home interior.

Created as a limited edition of 13 individual pieces, each egg is signed and numbered by Phil Davison and comes complete with its own glass display dome and stand, which is wax sealed on the underside for authenticity.

Keywords: handmade art, cross stitch, HOME SWEET HOME, Phil Davison Art, Embroidered Egg, Cross Stitched Eggs, Duck Eggs                     

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: $ 495

About Artist

Phil Davison

My work aims to revitalize cross stitch, proving its viability as a modern day graphic medium. In an attempt to achieve this I fuse this traditional hand stitching technique with imagery from my visual universe, a mix of street art and pop culture. I am particularly inspired by image reproduction techniques, be it in photography or a printing process, attempting to see if, and how, it can be recreated in cross stitch. To accurately render and mimic the original technique that inspired its conception demands a high level of precision, some pieces taking up to a year of hand stitching to complete. It is exactly this dedication to precision, acquired over a decade of working in couture fashion, which drives my evolution of this craft into the realm of fine art. Education: Postgraduate Certificate Innovative Pattern Cutting from Central Saint Martins

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