A stunning print with 66cm repeat down the length of the fabric and across the full width.
Available on medium weight satin or crepe de chine, the perfect fabric choice for tops, dresses and skirt.
Magic Flute, acrylic July 2013
Magic Flute was painted while listening to Mozarts Opera ‘Magic Flute’ It was around the same time as Iris’s interest in music intesified.
We had known since Iris was a baby that music would always play an important role in her life, and lately orchestras and in particular the violin held Iris’s attention above any other instrument. The meaning of it to Iris was still unclear to us. Her passion for violins was huge. It spoke to her. Sometimes when I looked around at home every surface would be covered in books all open on a page with a violin. I had been buying books one after the other and she loved them all. My First Orchestra, The Story of the Orchestra, Instruments of the Orchestra, Little Children’s Music Book and My First Classical Music Book, they all surrounded her and she looked upon them like jewels glinting in the sunlight. The iPad would also be on with the Philharmonia Orchestra app running with a musician describing the main techniques of how to play the violin. The more I encouraged her interest in music, the more it developed.