Fabienne is originally from France and has been living in Ireland for many years.

She uses printmaking, natural dyeing and thread work as a mean to form abstract artwork. The use of sustainable, natural  and plant based materials is fundamental to her work. Her current art practice is an intuitive response to the feel and characteristics of the material resulting in minimal wall art and sculptural pieces.

Her background is in Interior Architecture/Design and it’s from there that she developed an awareness in simple forms. She also studied in NCAD Dublin (Drawing & Print, Printed Textile Design, Mixed Media, Creative Embroidery, Visual Communication).

Growing up in the west of France, she was fascinated with textiles as her mother was a dressmaker. Natural fibres have now become central to her work, not only as a material but as a mean of expression.

Fabienne also lived in Germany and the US, before coming to Ireland.


”By the way, if you are wondering… ‘GOAT’ is the abbreviation for Gabrielleonathread, a previous blog I started years ago.  Gabrielle was my grand-mother’s name. ”


Member of the Irish Guild of Embroiderers – IRL
Member of Feltmakers Ireland – IRL
Member of Surface Design Association – USA
Member of the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles – USA
Member of the Textile Study Group of New York – USA

Silk screen printing
screen printing

Seen in:

  • Press:  Fiber Art Now magazine Spring 2017 – Evidence piece featured
  • TV:      TV Luxembourg 2015 – Exhibition “Avec 100g de laine” – Emoi piece featured
  • Exhibitions: France, Belgium, Ireland, USA –  2013-2019
felted pods