Amy Isles Freeman is a practical and decorative artist who explores female sexuality, joy and freedom. Amy uses stylised mythological figures in her work and channels kindness, body positivity, connection and communication.
Amy creates prints, hand painted homewares (cushions) and hand painted clothing. Also a skilled woodturner, Amy has a collection of hand painted wooden bowls that she has turned from reclaimed woods.
All of Amy's packaging is paper/cardboard except the print protectors where she uses biodegradable sleeves where possible.
She uses local suppliers - Sideline screen printing, and Stampa - who are very small business based in Brighton, to support her printmaking.