Paula Reason's quilted sculptural installation is a portrait of her father's room at a scale of 1:5.
It is an investigation into how the personalities become embedded into our surroundings in the selection of artefacts that the artist and her father use and how they take comfort from this. Paula's quilting technique figuratively wraps her father in his familiar surroundings when he was in hospital.
Paula's experience as an architect forms the foundations for her artistic practice. She works with textiles and paint. The specific qualities of this medium provide an almost unlimited way to explore and express the relationships that we have with the built environment. Paula's bespoke work was featured in Collect 2020 with large sculptural silk panels that provided an insight into the relationship that three established craftspeople have with their studio spaces. Paula accepts commissions for small to large-scale site-specific artwork for the home, commercial spaces and museum and gallery exhibits.