Lily Duval

Lily is a multi-faceted artist and craftsperson who is resourceful by nature. She’s spent the last decade growing food, building her own tiny house and learning how to practise a variety of natural crafts. Her Masters of Arts thesis examines attitudes to insects in Aotearoa and she has made watercolour illustrations to raise awareness of threatened species.

Lily has experience working with people in a variety of different settings and has a passion for teaching and working with young folk. She currently teaches spoon-carving, tī kōuka basket, string making and has recently developed several resourceful sewing workshops. sewing workshops. She was a craftsperson in residence at Rekindle between April and September 2021. See:

Cutlery roll 2021

No-strings apron 2021 (naturally dyed by Simone Bensdorp)
Work smock 2021