Bradness Gallery 

Spithurst Road, Barcombe, East Sussex, BN8 5EB, UK.  Tel: 01273 400606

Flower designs

inspired by our garden

Emma Burnett designs

Cow Parsley Little Wren in the Forget-me-nots larkspur and scabious BG Pink Cow Parsley BG Wildflowers BG yellow cow parsley BG Achillea and Sanguisorba Grandma's vase. Poppies and Cow Parsley..

Cow parsley designs

Emma Burnett designs


Using inspiration from the natural world, the garden at Bradness Gallery and the surrounding countryside, Emma Burnett designs are based on hand drawings and paintings that are then finished using photoshop.

This method means that repeat designs can be created and gives a clarity to the design that works really well when reproduced and for printing.  

Using this process, Emma has designed her own range of prints, greetings cards, notelets and notebooks.


Designs such as these can be commissioned and used on products and for fabric design.


Emma has also designed and created these websites


Emma does large and small design work ranging from business cards to posters and restaurant menus.

Please call to chat about what you are looking for.


For trade enquiries regarding

our stationery products and prints please phone Emma on

01273 400606 or

e-mail - [email protected]


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Umbellifers are one of my favourite plants.  Their large clusters of flowers add a dainty delicacy in the garden.  At Bradness we have a wide range of them, some are wild and some are planted.  All are loved.

Cow parsley 8 Cow parsley. Cow parsley 7 Cow parsley 6 Cow parsley 1 Cow parsley 10 Cow parlsey 8 Cow parsley 3 Viola RGB low res Flowers low res RGB Dragonfly Low res RGB low res bug 1 P bug 2 p bug 3 Folk chickens low res RGB

The 3 designs below were inspired by the beautiful bugs drawn by the amazing entomologist Eugene Seguy together with flower and leaf drawings from our garden.


We have so many in our garden that I keep a fishing net in the kitchen to rescue and return them when they come into our kitchen!

We often see a Wren flitting about in the garden by our studio.  One day a tiny tiny baby came into the kitchen and hid under the sofa.  We gently returned him to the garden.

We don't keep chickens ourselves, but our next door neighbours and many friends do.  This folk design styled plate is for them.