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Sally Mavor’s New Posters – Limited Edition – Now Available!

At Living Crafts, we love Sally Mavor and her work.  We are so excited to hear that she is making some of her designs available as posters.

Detail of Sally Mavor's "Self Portrait" Poster


These posters are so lovely and available in only very limited quantities. We are delighted to be be able to offer them here for purchase by following the links below.
They are sure to inspire in a child’s room or craft space!

Sally Mavor's "Rabbitat" Poster


18″ x 24″ Poster of Sally Mavor’s fabric relief sculpture, “Rabbitat”.

“The original piece is hand embroidered on plant dyed wool felt, with 3 dimentional rabbit characters residing in a stitched landscape that includes a driftwood dwelling and garden gate.”

The poster is a high quality reproduction, printed on extra thick 100 lb. paper.

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Sally Mavor's "Self Portrait" Poster


18″ x 24″ Poster of Sally Mavor’s Fabric Relief Sculpture, “Self Portrait: A Personal History of Fashion”.

“The original fabric relief sculpture incorporates miniature dolls, which represent a year in the artist’s life. The dolls spiral out from the center, passing through time, from birth to age 52. Each 1″ to 3″ figure is dressed in an outfit she would have worn that year. Many women who were born in the 50′s see themselves in the doll wearing patched bell bottoms, peasant blouse and woven shoulder bag, not to mention the alpaca poncho in the next year’s doll. The piece is stitched entirely by hand, including the endless french knot pattern in the border.”

The poster is printed on extra thick 100 lb. paper.

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Detail of Sally Mavor's "Rabitat" Poster


Sally Mavor was our Sage in the Summer 2011 issue of Living Crafts Magazine. We also have an in depth interview plus lots of beautiful photos of Sally’s work in this My Life: My Craft blog post.

To read more about Sally and her work, visit her website: www.weefolkstudio.com


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