Jacky Puzey combines traditional embroidery skills with digital technology to stitch stunning 3D tableaux in rich, vibrant colours that flow across furniture, walls and clothes. Featuring a menagerie of embellished creatures; squirrels chatter, foxes prowl and parakeets pirouette in Jacky’s feral pageant. Jacky fuses fur, feathers, velvet and organza with digital embroidery and unique fabrics of her own design, to create tactile textures and to bring her pieces alive. From feathered interior screens to shimmering metallic bomber jackets, Jacky’s creations combine references to classical mythology, hints of baroque decadence and a nod to punk rebellion. Her interiors collections are embellished with layered histories and intricate embroidery to create a luxurious urban baroque, from statement cocktail chairs to couture embroidered wallpapers.
Her work is exhibited regularly at Decorex and London Craft Week. She also featured at Focus 2019 at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, with Watts of Westminster, and as part of Material: Textile at Messums Wiltshire 2019. Jacky regularly undertakes bespoke commissions for private clients and interior/fashion designers. Her textile art works, from limited edition furniture to stunning textile wall art pieces, continue to attract clients from across the world, who appreciate her love of innovation, her sense of colour and of texture, resulting in highly original, sumptuous embroideries for a connoisseur clientele. Her studio works with a highly skilled professional team of upholsterers, printers, hand embroiderers, pattern cutters and digital technologists.