Storytelling through Art & Textiles


Drawing on personal inspiration from Eden's mixed cultural heritage in Jamaica and England, Art and Textiles intertwine to capture the nostalgic memories of travelling in a uniquely abstracted and contemporary style.

Despite the conventional beauty of nature in Jamaica, capturing the intensely fascinating textures of non-picturestuqe areas have been explored in more detail, giving the artwork and textiles an intimate sense of character and storytelling. 



Eden Mullane (1997) is an Artist and Textiles Designer who graduated with a First Class Degree in Textiles: Design & Innovation from Loughborough University in 2019.

Born in Norfolk, UK. Eden's work explores using design as her narrative, with daily inspiration from her mixed cultural provenance in Jamaica and England. Often, her work explores blending the raw untouched beauty of provincial Jamaica with the structural might of metropolitan London in bold and beautiful ways.


Taking the leap...

Since Graduating in 2019, Eden took the leap to become a full-time artist during the first lockdown and has since gone on to sell Original Artwork, Commissions and Limited Edition Prints internationally. 


In February 2021, she was selected to feature as a main contestant on Sky Arts: Landscape Artist of the Year, after submitting her large-scale painting ‘A Vista From Port Antonio’ which was completed for her Final Degree Show. 


Following this, Eden featured on BBC Look East and was interviewed about her journey so far as a full-time Artist. The overwhelming response from this BBC feature enabled to expand her workspace from painting in her bedroom, to her very own studio in Norwich.


Currently, Eden is working on an exciting new project in her larger workspace and is hoping to launch new Original Artwork and Limited Edition Prints later this year. She is also accepting Private Commissions for 2022 and runs Art Workshops as a Professional Artist for the National Trust. 


As seen on


Norfolk artist 'takes the leap' to launch career during pandemic - BBC News