Maggie Duff




Simpler times, an appreciation for the natural world, and a concern for the legacy we leave are key underpinnings to fibre artist Maggie Duff’s work. She chooses a slower, less stressful way of living; wondering what the future holds for the generations to come, and looking back to a time when women used what was available in the natural world to clothe, feed and nurture their families; and where skills were passed down from one generation to the next. Taking nature as inspiration and her sheeps’ wool as paint, she connects with her ancestors, honours the past and leaves her own legacy for an uncertain and fragile future.


Fibre art and multimedia

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