Morwenna Catt
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"Subversion with needle and thread!"
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Iron Curtain

"I love your work.  I've been looking at it over and over again, so much detail and so engaging.  I particularly like this piece and your phrenology series."
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Good Bird Bad Bird

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Thornton, UK
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freelance artist / maker
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At 4:57pm on February 15, 2011, alice simpson said…
Subversion with needle and thread!
At 10:22am on November 17, 2010, Jillian Palone said…
I really enjoy your work! very interesting!
At 6:36am on November 8, 2010, Shadi Vossough said…
Welcome Morwenna, your work looks amazing, very enticing.
At 6:03pm on November 7, 2010, nisa blackmon said…
Greetings, Morwenna! Your work is really exciting -- I love the stuffed figures especially, and the textile nets. The latter are so subtle and decoratively subversive!! Thanks for sharing your considerable talent here,
nisa blackmon
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