About

Maxine Sutton is an artist and maker based in Margate, Kent.

Sutton’s practice is a means of enquiry into the languages of form and abstraction via traditional textile craft techniques and objects. She makes textiles using predominantly screen printing, embroidery and alongside her personal work has designed and made collections of textile home-wares for interiors, and also works to commission for organisations and private clients. 

Maxine Sutton trained as a fine artist, studying Fine Art: Painting and Printmaking at Ravensbourne School of Art and later completed an MA in Textiles at the Royal College of Art.  She regularly teaches at West Dean College and has taught as a visiting artist at The Contemporary Textile Studio in Toronto, and also at Staffordshire, Hertfordshire and De Montfort Universities .

Stockists and commissions have included: Heals, Liberty, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Pallant House Gallery Shop, Anthropologie: US, Autour Du Monde:Paris, ReForm School: US, The Art Group, Frank, Selvedge Magazine, and Galison Publishing NY

 

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