LYNNETTE MILLER

As a member of a large extended family living in rural Cymru (Wales) there is plenty to keep me busy and inspired. At the moment my creative practice involves the use of paint, textiles, stitch, photography, constructed spaces and found objects.
I Shall be using this site to show my own work and also the things which inspire and inform me, sometimes the work of others and sometimes images or words which I find.

My other blog is www.lynnettemiller.blogspot.com
eclcticstorm:

Lights through a keyhole in the National Wool Museum, Drefach Velindre, Wales.
Photo. Adrianna Miller

eclcticstorm:

Lights through a keyhole in the National Wool Museum, Drefach Velindre, Wales.

Photo. Adrianna Miller

afrodiaspores:

E. Katie Holm, “Nanny of the Maroons: Jamaica, c. 1680 — c. 1750,” part of the series Women Warriors, 2011

Nanny of the Maroons was a Jamaican spiritual leader who fought against British slave trading during the eighteenth century. An expert strategist, Nanny implemented the use of camouflage and guerilla warfare to protect her people…

afrodiaspores:

E. Katie Holm, “Nanny of the Maroons: Jamaica, c. 1680 — c. 1750,” part of the series Women Warriors, 2011

Nanny of the Maroons was a Jamaican spiritual leader who fought against British slave trading during the eighteenth century. An expert strategist, Nanny implemented the use of camouflage and guerilla warfare to protect her people…

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Roger Tiley