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    PWSL069TROPI Snow Leopard – Arcadia

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    Arcadia by Philip Jacob.
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    Arcadia PWSL069TROPI  Snow Leopard



    Arcadia is an ancient Greek word that refers to a vision of pastoralism and harmony with nature.


    “Farmyard Feathers” was inspired by some feathers that Philip picked up at a local West Dorset farm while collecting supplies and  was so amazed at their beauty that he wanted to turn them into a design.


    “Carp and Petals” was inspired by seeing beautiful fish swimming in a pond under the floating blossoms scattered by the spring wind. He loved the sense of depth and movement that the different layers bring.


    “Ammonites” is inspired by the many fossilized 170 million-year-old ammonite shells that he has collected during his dinosaur bone hunting expeditions along the Jurassic coastline of Dorset.


    “Egg Shells” and “Shell Stripe”  inspired by the many objects that he picked up on his way to the beach.   He loves collecting objects of beauty and seeing beauty in everyday items and then arranging them in a pattern. Then the design creates itself before his very eyes.


    “Violas” was inspired by some lovely old antique lithographs that he has in his archive that date from the early 1900s. He just loves the way that they tumble over each other in a profusion of colour, shape and texture.


    Then “Snow Leopard” is taken from a small mid 19th-century leopard spot chintz in my archive that I think works so well as a “filler” and a foil to the larger patterns in this group.


    He hopes this new collection will help bring that same beauty into your projects and homes