Is there any fabric more imbued with cultural associations than lace? As a fabric, lace literally and figuratively allows us to see beneath the surface. It’s used to enhance, to emphasise and to hide, to denote both innocence and seduction.
These are particularly fine examples of hand lacework and they reside firmly in the realm of the sweetly romantic.
Prepare to be charmed. For anyone awakened to the possibility of magic we present the Mila Marquis Collection.
Mila Marquis’s ethereal, joyous images are little bliss bombs for the spirit. Her art combines sparkling emotion and unashamedly sweet depictions of fairies, fawns and flowers that cajole even the heaviest spirits to soar. The artist uses a variety of media, including crayons, coloured pencils, gouache and acrylics, to create her small dreamscapes.