Rhyannan Hall is a talented artist based in Bristol. She has mastered the rare textile technique of Arashi Shibori - a traditional Japanese technique involving cloth wrapping around a pole, binding, compressing, and dyeing. The magic of Arashi Shibori lies in the interplay of various elements: the direction of the string binding, the intervals between pleats, and the intensity of compression. The result is a symphony of colours and patterns that makes each piece one of a kind.
Her work is a modern adaptation of this ancient craft, influenced by her training with two esteemed masters: Kaei Hayakawa and Ana-Lisa Hedstrom. Her pieces have received high praise from industry leaders in Japan and are currently exhibited at the Japanese Embassy in London.