Examples of projects, public art and private commissions by Laura Thomas.
'Circle Line' Laura Thomas for Heals Discovers Collection 2011. Lambswool blankets and cushions.
'Emergant Cloth' 2015. Selected to represent the UK at the Lodz International Textile Triennial. Handwoven cotton, copper and linen with acrylic paint and glass.
'Optic Twist' 2009. Commissioned by Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery for the exhibition 'Better than grey, a serious consideration of colour.' Cotton and monofilament encapsulated in acrylic resin.
'Symetree' Laura Thomas for Heals Discovers 2011. Lambswool blankets and cushions.
'The Ashes Vessel' 2009. Commissioned by the Welsh Assembly Government and The Arts Council of Wales, presented to Cricket Austrailia. Now in the Powerhouse Musuem, Aus. Photo, Kutchibok Design.
Llanelli Canopy. Carbon fibre, copper and steel laminated in glass. Photo by Daniel Staveley.
Arts & Business Award 2013. Cotton, silk, Lurex and light reflective thread encapsulated in acrylic resin.
Cardiff Design Festival 2009 awards. Cotton encapsulated in acrylic resin.
Cynon Valley Hospital commission 2012 Cotton laminated in glass.
Cynon Valley Hospital commission 2012. Cotton encased in glass.
Detail of 'The Trinity Weave' wall hanging commission for Univeristy of Wales Trinity Saint David Carmarthen Campus library. 2018. Handwoven cotton and linen. 230x150cm.
Project Poetry! 'Prayer to the Fates' 2004. Collaborative project with poet Andrew Dilger for The South, a promotional organisation for poerty in the South of England. 100% cotton.
The Beaney Museumaker commision triptypch window 2011-12. Cotton, linen and silk encased in glass.
The Beaney Museumaker commision triptypch window 2011-12. Photo courtesy of Canterbury Museums and Galleries. Cotton, linen and silk encased in glass.
Upholstery for Melin Tregwynt, here seen on a chair for Orangebox, 2017.
Wandsworth commssion, working with Walter Jack Studio, for Taylor Wimpley residential development. 2016. Photo, Walter Jack Studio.
Wandsworth commssion, working with Walter Jack Studio, for Taylor Wimpley residential development. Photo, Walter Jack Studio.