Jill's original career as a museum curator has provided her with a rich cultural experience, of which textiles forms a branch. She has studied textiles at a number of colleges and recently completed her M.A. in Textile Culture - graduating with a distinction.
Jills practice embraces many areas ranging from richly stitched miniatures interpreting Native American and Mediaeval themes, to landscape interpreted through photography, knitting and stitched textiles
Recently Jill has been exploring the paraphernalia of women's work (the needlecrafts) through a variety of media. Currently she is producing work in her Women series embracing the idea of all - or any women - in the dress of different periods, expressed through stitch and line.
Tel: 01362 820351