Del Rey textile designer Fiona Howard translates local flora into patterns for home décor entirely by hand
Textile artist Fiona Howard knows the value of taking her time. For 30 years, she has crafted colorful and crisp contemporary patterns for home goods, fabrics, furnishings and wallpaper, working completely by hand. While many other artists in her field have migrated to computers for ease, Howard never abandoned the organic charm of hand-designed pieces.
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