ARTIST STORY | Femi Ford

ARTIST STORY | Femi Ford
ARTIST STORY | Femi Ford
ARTIST STORY | Femi Ford
ARTIST STORY | Femi Ford
ARTIST STORY | Femi Ford

 

Femi Ford is mixed media artist and surface pattern designer living in the country side of New York, USA.  With a background in Art & Printmaking, she loves to experiment in the studio and translate her fine art into pattern for fashion and interiors.

Here is more about her, in her own words:

“I love the sense of spontaneity, unpredictability and discovery that art can offer. I fell in love with Printmaking & Letterpress in college…there is just something about pulling the first print of a transferred image that never fails to excite me.

After 10 years of creating and selling my artwork in galleries around NYC, I left the city for the country life to raise my family surrounded in nature. In June 2012, I completed a highly respected course, The Art & Business of Surface Pattern Design.  Since then, I’ve been incorporating my lino cuts, paintings, & ink drawings into digital patterns for fashion and home products.

My artwork and patterns can be described as bold, feminine, organic & vibrant.  I’m inspired by nature’s patterns in flora & fauna, fashion, jewelry, exotic places, and happy accidents spilled from my studio.

When not designing, I can be found running, swimming, or snowboarding with my family. I also run & curate a local art gallery featuring artists from our community.”

Femi is a talented artist, friend, and colleague of mine.

You can find Femi’s beautiful work at:

Society6

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Femi also designs prints for outright sale through Hunt & Gather Studio.

 

 

 

PATTERN BLOG HOP

Society6 | Florals

Hi everyone! Welcome to our pattern blog hop!. Here is some of my most recent work, which can all be found on Society6. All designs are available for licensing and I am available for bespoke/freelance work. You can also visit my portfolio site too.

Society6  | Florals
Society6 | Florals
Society6 | Chevrons
Society6 | Chevrons

“If you are on the Passion for Pattern bloghop today, you’ve probably just joined us from the won-
derful blog of www.joleneheckman.blogspot.com. After you have read my post, make sure you visit www.eva-carlavilla.com who has some great designs
to show you. If you have only just found the hop, pop over to Claire’s blog where you can get
started and join in the fun!”