Born creative, Isabel Nina Young is a Melbourne based artist who works in textiles and pattern making. A Studio Textiles and Design graduate of RMIT, she practices out of her Preston studio. Isabel uses linear and gestural brush stroke to interpret the creative fellowship between old world and new, taking objects from botanical riches and suburban landscape to make her patterns. Her process is not predicted by seasonal trend. Textile construction and decoration are thoughtfully designed, with a commitment to slow fashion to create timeless, usable art.
While her output is focused on screen-printing and textiles, Isabel also works in ceramics, weaving, bookbinding, natural dyes, basket making and wool spinning.
Commissions are welcome.