Lily Waugh is a hand weaver and multi disciplinary artist working and living in a remote Granite Devon Longhouse on Dartmoor National Park. Her hand woven textiles are made in meditation on ancient european folklore and the local landscape. Lily weaves from a place of intention: holding a feeling, place or story in her mind as she weaves, allowing the images to emerge on the loom. Lily works with her husband Toby Aisbitt-Waugh to create unique, hand crafted wooden looms taken from ancient weaving traditions. From making navajo style bamboo looms in the peruvian amazon rainforest to green oak warp weighted looms in the south west of England, the couple are heavily inspired by honouring place in their weaving looms & woven textiles.
Photos by Rachael Jones 2018