The second meditation panel, Mended World, is a challenge to photograph. It's large. It's white. The textures are important but very subtle.
Last month, I was put into a scramble when Sarah Warburton told me that photographing 'art' was no longer something she could devote time to. Ned rose to the challenge, and we ordered photo lights online.
Even in these few photos, you can see how the colour balance of this piece gets thrown off. Even with using these lights.
I want the variety of damask and silk textures to be evident. The hand quilted texture to grab you.
If you look closely at this detail, you can see the knitting weight linen thread used in a big back stitch in the central circle.
We also took some photos of the Marimekko secret back.
The back of a back stitch is really beautiful to me.