Helen Wilde (Ovo Bloom) creates and emulates the natural world in a series of stitched landscapes.
Fusing organic forms and imagination to create highly textural wall hangings and contemporary interior art.
Heavily inspired by coral reefs and other subaquatic lifeforms, Wilde uses a series of materials from decadent velvet to the finest silk organza and porcelain constructions, each piece evolves like the natural world it is inspired by, no two alike, no limits or preconceptions to form.
Wilde’s work is sold predominatly online and at Nahcotta gallery in New Hampshire, USA and is owned in many private collections worldwide. Helen invites you to view the image catalog and be inspired by a plethora of colour and texture.
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I wanted to share a different angle for today, I don’t think the texture is always obvious so hopefully this shows a little more. 🌱🐟🐡 . In other news, for all those waiting for deliveries I spoke to several couriers this morning and it’s looking like the virus backlog is beginning to get sorted & that means running to normal schedule! Hooooooray to that! . . #abstractembroidery #fiberartist #fiberarts #texturalart #discoveretsy #embroidery #embroidered #Fiberart #embroideryhoopart #modernembroidery #etsyfinds #chooseartisan #modernembroiderymovement #textileart #handembroidery #hoopart #yarnart #yarnlovers #worldoceansday #coastalliving #coastaldecor #diving #seafloor