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Louise Rileyis a London-based freelance embroidery artist. 

As one of very few artists Louise uses unnecessary things with which we do not know what to do. For example, the old, discarded mattresses she sees as a ready-made canvas, the perfect place to transform her pencil sketches into beautiful textile art.

She explains:

I use the mattress as a backgroundless background that holds weight of experience conceptually, spiritually and physically…

Blood, sweat and tears like tree rings in its core. Its presence in our rights of passage, our sleep, rest, thoughts, dreams, the theater of life spilled out onto it….


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