May Morris: Art & Life

Rowan Bain at William Morris Gallery, London

When you give through Art Happens, you can choose an exclusive reward inspired by the project to say thank you. Rewards also make a great gift.

If you would prefer to donate without receiving a reward, you can select that option below.

£5

Updates + Online Mention

Enjoy regular project updates and a citation on the Art Happens website.

9 Funders

£15

Postcards

Eight postcards, featuring works from the exhibition and iconic images of May from the Gallery’s photographic archive.

43 Funders

£25

Tote bag

A tote bag featuring an intricate motif taken from May Morris’s ‘Maids of Honour’ embroidered fire panel.

79 Funders

£45

Tote bag + afternoon tea

Enjoy afternoon tea for two at the Gallery’s Tea Room, offering beautiful views of Lloyd Park, plus a tote bag (see £25 reward).

32 Funders

£100

May Morris ‘Honeysuckle’ silk scarf

A stunning silk scarf (34in x 34in) printed with ‘Honeysuckle’, one of May Morris’s best-loved designs.

21 Funders

£200

Customise your garment

Let Hand & Lock, London’s premier embroidery house, customise a garment of your choice with a May Morris floral motif designed exclusively for the William Morris Gallery.

2 Funders

£450

May Morris archive tour + silk scarf

Enjoy a curatorial tour of Art & Life for you and up to three guests, then visit the William Morris Gallery’s archive to view original letters, photographs and personal belongings from its May Morris collection. Plus a ‘Honeysuckle’ silk scarf (see £100 reward).

3 Funders

£995

VIP tour of Hand & Lock studios

As the world’s leading specialist embroidery house, Hand & Lock practise many of the techniques that May Morris pioneered. Join their designers on a VIP tour of their west London studio, seeing how May Morris inspires their work for Europe’s top fashion houses.

0 Funders

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Image credit: 

May Morris, Honeysuckle wallpaper, 1883

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