Gizella K Warburton – Contemporary Textile and Mixed Media Artist

Gizella K Warburton is a contemporary textile and mixed media artist based in Leicestershire.


Tailored workshops and creative learning through contemporary textiles and mixed media

Galleries & Museums

Workshop sessions can be delivered in response to exhibitions or as part of an ongoing learning programme.

Commissions have included the creation of tactile, sensory mixed media pieces in response to Artwork Collections. These educational resources are designed for teachers and children to use in schools, including Special Educational Needs.

Organisations & Community Groups

I am happy to deliver one off workshops for specific audiences or work within ongoing community projects.

My ethos embraces diversity and inclusivity and sessions are designed to offer possibilities to all. Working with collage, textile, stitch and other mediums, participants are encouraged to explore surface texture, mark-making, colour and composition. Creative outcomes can be adapted to the needs and aims of each group, individual, or specific project.


I collaborate as a Creative Partner with schools and colleges to devise sessions in response to creative learning needs for a variety of age groups, including Special Educational Needs children.

Starting points could reference curriculum topics such as nature, landscape, personal spaces and interests, recycling, language and more, or address specific school enquiry questions.

Colour, Mark and Composition
Weekend Workshop

Hawkwood College,
Painswick Old Road, Stroud, Gloucs GL6 7QW

Saturday 26th – Sunday 27th October 2013
10.00am – 5.00pm
with an introductory talk on Friday evening.

Be inspired and enjoy a tactile journey of discovery experimenting with surface, colour, line and composition through markmaking, collage and stitch.

The sessions will offer possibilities for all levels with opportunities for individual exploration, alongside supportive mentoring and shared inspiration.

Activities are designed to encourage participants to observe detail, challenge usual approaches, and be aware of their creative responses; developing the confidence to take risks with their ideas and nurture their own artistic voice.

Full Day Workshop

Unit Twelve Gallery,
Tixall Heath Farm, Stafford
ST18 0XX

Saturday 15th June 2013
10.00am – 4.00pm


Workshops for Schools, Galleries and Community Groups