INTRODUCINGHandmade Silk & Bamboo Mix Scarves

Kathryn Green is a freelance textile designer who handmakes her own range of unique and exquisite scarves. Each scarf is hand-dyed onto a high quality silk and bamboo mix fabric using a series of Shibori and print processes to create layers of colour and texture, meaning each is different. Kathryn’s life and work experiences are diverse, each one contributing to her development and personal understanding, which she draws on for her textiles, as she states, “I am my experiences.” Kathryn’s life is one full of contrasts and contradictions and these contradictions are reflected in her work – splashes of colour against a monochrome background, circles alongside squares, minute detail in an immense space. The variations found in the natural world have a deep influence on her designs.

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INSIDE STORIES

A pattern for Glyndebourne: inspired by the Organ Room

The ceiling of the Organ Room at Glyndebourne is a thing of great beauty, constructed a century ago to the exact specifications of our founder, John Christie. Now the pattern of the ceiling has had a new lease of life – it has been recreated and used on a beautiful new range of products exclusive to the Glyndebourne shop.

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Glyndebourne Events & News

Our international competition returns, designed to discover the best young singers around the world

A classic season offering comic, tragic, and magical opera from three centuries.

No Ordinary Opera hits the road this autumn, including a new The Magic Flute and the return of Madama Butterfly.