Yangdzom’s work is complex and sensitive, both in design and subject. Drawing inspiration from her life experiences, she describes being creative as soothing and therapeutic. Her work often explores her relationship to animals, as well as her part Tibetan heritage and how she incorporates that into her identity, having grown up in London. She works in a range of mediums from painting to embroidery.
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