Co-creating at Bentley Priory Museum

Over the May bank holiday I ran free mural painting workshops as part of my Arts Council England supported Botanical Bentley project. Visitors of all ages joined me in the gallery to co-create a vibrant wall hanging inspired by the gardens and collections at the museum. Its now on display in the gallery for the next few months so do pop by and visit.

An extremely enjoyable, social and therapeutic workshop. My spirits have been lifted! - thank you.
— Workshop participant

Returning to Heimtextil

Thanks to Bryony’s designs, I have created one of the most beautiful exhibition stands of my career.
— Elke Fabian, Head of Events at Epson Europe


2016 got off to a brilliant start here, kicking off with a major collaboration with digital print technology giants Epson Europe at Heimtextil.As the biggest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, Heimtextil sets the global benchmark for quality textiles of design and innovative functionality, so it was extremely exciting to be there for a second year running with Epson! 

The project brief was to create a collection of designs that would work across multiple surfaces, demonstrating the high quality, incredible detail and vast number of ways in which the latest range of Epson printers are able to capture works of art designed for interior spaces.

The resulting designs were created from the oil painting {COWPARSELY HEDGEROW} before being transformed into fresh, inviting textiles, wallpapers, lighting, table ware and furniture. It certainly brought a burst of Spring to the trade show!


Exhibiting at Heimtextil, Frankfurt

In January 2015 I exhibited a collection of my designs throughout the Epson Europe stand. Wallpapers, curtains, seating, lighting, cushions and tote bags were adorned with designs from the Woodland Stag, Hemsted Catkins and Lichen Blue collections. It was an extraordinary experience - Heimtextil is incredible! - and the response to my oil painting surface pattern designs was brilliant. Thanks for having me Epson!