About Jacky Puzey
Jacky Puzey is a contemporary embroidery artist, whose work sits at the intersection of design and art. Jacky combines traditional embroidery skills with digital technology to stitch stunning 3D tableaus in rich, vibrant colours that flow across significant striking wall screens, statement furniture and embroidered wallpaper. 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 touch-me 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. They are dazzling and exquisitely detailed.
Jacky regularly shows her bespoke embroidered wallpapers and furniture at London Craft Week and Decorex International, and works with clients globally from Kuwait and Jordan to Taiwan and USA. Her work can be found in private collections across the world and has been exhibited at numerous exhibitions including Material: Textiles show at Messums Wiltshire (2019).
As well as creating bespoke work Jacky also creates limited edition pieces from her collections.
Jacky has received several prizes and accolades, including the Hand and Lock Prize for Embroidery 2015 (winner, open category) and was selected for the Crafts Council’s national Hothouse business development scheme.
If it’s a mix of high end embroidery, creative genius, attention to detail and quality your after, then I’d say she is one of the best.