Bath Tub Print- ‘Be Still and Know’ Psalm 46:10
This 8x10 Print of an original textile piece, depicts the perfect scene to experience the truth of Psalm 46:10. It would make an excellent birthday or house war
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Be Still and Know is a print of an original textile embroidery piece.
The original piece was inspired by Psalm 46:10 - Be Still and Know that I am God.
In a life that is squashed, squeezed, and sometimes overwhelming - the bath is my sanctuary and my hiding place. It is my place of being and not doing. It is there that I stop, pause, and catch my breath. It reminds me to look up and remember that I am loved.
A variety of fabrics were used to show a relaxing bathroom scene. The intricate details, such as the toothbrushes and the glasses, were crafted through a mixture of free hand machine embroidery and hand embroidery.
The image is printed on fine art card. The image itself measures approximately 6x8 and fits nicely in a standard 8x10 frame.
The print comes in a cellophane bag with firm backing board and a description of the meaning behind the print. Item will be shipped in a protective envelope.
Meet the Maker
Using antique fabrics and lace, I use my needle as my brush and fabrics as my paint to capture the word of God in the everyday, creating unique Christian textile art.
As a child, growing up in Devon, I loved nothing more than spending hours with boxes, glue, tape and whatever I could get my hands on, to make and create a new project... Later as a primary school teacher I was always using my creativity in the classroom. It wasn't until I became pregnant with my first son that a friend taught me how to use a sewing machine to make textile art for the nursery. Suddenly I was hooked on freestyle machine embroidery.
We spent nine years in London where my husband served as Vicar of a church in South West London. During that time I started making textile art pieces for friends as presents for birthdays or when people were going through hard times. It became a practical way of using my hands in prayer for them. As I sewed I was praying in God's hope and comfort - trusting that I was bringing God's word to life in their situation.
My hope is that the embroidery art cards and Scripture prints that I create will give people a fresh perspective on God's Word and how He meets us in the situations we are in, through the everyday objects and scenarios of life.
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Rachel Larlee now lives with her husband and three boys in Dallas, Texas.