Heather Potten is a Scottish felt maker that creates fascinating seamless felt pieces that are masterful architectural works of art.
She says: "I am fascinated by seamless felt. Unlike other mediums, it is possible to create 3-dimensional structures with no sewing, sticking, binding or welding. It can be done purely through the process of laying out fibres, wetting, soaping, rolling, heating and fulling. However, templates must be meticulously designed in advance and shrinkage calculated before the process can begin."
Having been acquainted with felt nine years ago, through lots of practice and experimentation she has managed to bring felt to a completely new level.
"My work now has a depth that has taken years of training and experimentation to achieve. I aim to create pieces that challenge the way people perceive felt - it has strength, it has beauty, it is tactile and it can be moulded. Without a hint of cliché, it is unique."
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