Videos

Rabbitat
A short documentary about Salley Mavor’s work.

Self Portrait: A Personal History of Fashion
A nostalgic tour through fashion and music.


Liberty and Justice: A Cautionary Tale in the Land of the Free 
– What happens when a pair of lost citizens wander in the deep dark woods in search of a new leader? In this satirical take-off of the traditional folk tale, “Hansel and Gretel, the wordless story follows protagonists Liberty and Justice as they negotiate the challenges of today’s unique political landscape, while being shadowed by a persistent Twitter bird.

 

Displaced
Even though this piece is inspired by current world events, it could very well represent the universal and timeless plight of refugees throughout history.


Cover Up

Stitching the felt background for Salley Mavor’s 2016 bas relief piece, Cover Up.


Felt Wee Folk

Book trailer for Salley Mavor’s 2015 how-to book, Felt Wee Folk – New Adventures.


Rock-a-bye Baby


Fairy Family

A fairy family of 5, handmade by Salley Mavor, were raffled for the benefit of Highfield Hall and Gardens in Falmouth MA. in the summer of 2015.


Hither and Yon

Documenting the process of making and installing Salley Mavor’s piece, Hither and Yon, which was made for the 2014 Portals and Passageways Environmental Sculpture Exhibit at Highfield Hall and Gardens.


Stuart and Nancy

Stitching a 50th anniversary gift.

8 thoughts on “Videos

  1. Your videos are so inspirational. And all with a sewing machine. Magical! Thank you for sharing these amazing videos.

  2. bonsoir , madame , j ‘ habite en France , en Bretagne et j” ai passé un moment délicieux en regardant les vidéos et de voir les petites fées , leur villages , c ‘est tout simplement Merveilleux !
    Permettez moi de vous dire toute mon admiration et aussi toute ma frustration car je ne trouve pas vos lire en France !
    je vous remercie pour ces moments . je vous dis a bientôt dans votre blog , amicalement , A.F.

  3. Hi Salley and Rob, Seems that the @s I have for you are outdated… So I went to buy a ticket for Liberty and Justice yesterday and the screening was indeed sold out so I just watched it on the net. It’s wonderful – the enchantement of the sets, the charm of the music, the folktale heritage, the irony of the posters (Burma Shave) make the attraction of our goofball and deadly administration plausible.
    Bravo!
    Eugenie

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s