Galapagos Iguana and Sally Lightfoot Crab
Wallpaper designs depicting the endemic animals of the Galapagos Islands.
Boudoir velvet chair
Digitally printed velvet boudoir chair upholstered from a abstract tropical painting and a all over swirl design.
Galapagos birds and grasslands screen printed designs
Screen printed fabric lengths which are designed from the endemic birds of the Galapagos islands and the unique grasslands which cover the varied climates on the islands.
Hand painted silk linen
Silk linen which is painted from tropical leaves, inspired by fauve artists
Digitally printed velvet which is painted from the endemic scalesia plant of the Galapagos islands. Six layer screen print on linen which is a colour way of the Galapagos grasses design.
Galapagos tree tops lampshade
Hand painted in VAT dye then devore painted areas out and covered a a lampshade to allow glowing light to shine through.
Neutral colour ways of designs including screen printed feather wallpaper and endemic bird print.
Abstract tropical design printed on velvet
Flora Isabelle Daly
Flora's work focuses on her strengths of painting, drawing and creating bold compositions with vivid colours.
Flora's main inspiration comes from nature and the beauty found within the unique forms around the world. Her final degree collection focuses on the endemic species of the Galapagos Islands and the rare animals and foliage found there. She uses CAD to create seamless repeat structures which flow in both fashion and interior prints, whilst also experimenting with screen printing techniques such as devorè to add textural interest in her compositions. Flora aims to work in industry as a textile designer, building on her skills and progressing in a company.
3rd place for the Romo fabrics competition (2017) Exhibited designs at Premier Vision (2017/19)
June 2017 - August 2018
Diploma in Professional Studies Style Library Dunelm Fusion CPH Romo