Breaking the traditional boundaries of craft, Stewart Francis Easton’s work fuses together hand embroidery, sonic art and music. Drawing upon and using folk song, story and social history as a starting point, Stewart works with the space and weight of story to create large-scale wall-based pieces which emphasise the passage of time within a single panel.
Stewart emphasises the need to create using the hand, as it is in this process that a connection is made with the story, allowing a slowing down and immersion in the moment. Stewart has had a number of solo and group shows both in the UK and USA. His work is part of private collections in the UK and Internationally.