Sunny Bank Mills Makers Market
I am excited to be taking part in their Makers Market alongside my daughter Jessica as the launch of ‘Jane and Jessica workshops’, It will be held in the Old Woollen Mill, part of a wonderful complex of old Mill buildings providing an atmospheric backdrop of textile heritage to the market.
New prints and small textile pieces will be for sale. Due to be held in November this has been delayed but look out for details of new dates to be announced in the Spring
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Conversations, People, Places, Materials, Objects
The 62 Group exhibition at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington, Hampshire, will open following a delay on 2nd March – 20th May 2021.
The theme explores the working relationship that artists have with the world around them and in particular artwork that investigates the creative dialogue that takes place between the artist/maker and the themes: people, place, materials, objects.
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Colour stories with Handstitch
As part of the Exhibition I will be running a handstitch workshop, alongside the exhibition at St Barbes Museum and Art Gallery, dates to be finalised, but will be posted.
Using colours that appeal to each participant you will develop a surface of stitches which build up to create exciting colour stories with a variety of thread types.
The focus will be on colour mixing, learning and experimenting with a set of composite stitches, which mix several colours together like stitched conversations.
You can come with ideas inspired perhaps by a particular person, or by a particular room or object in your house or just colours you love.
You will end the day with a piece which you could frame or use to decorate another item. We will look at a variety of examples during the day and reference how they are used by the artists in the current exhibition in abstract and figurative ways.
All materials will be provided.
The workshop is open to anyone, including teenagers, though not young children. It can be for people who have experience of stitch and want to experiment with new ideas, and those who are just beginning and want to learn some interesting methods and approaches.
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Vlieseline Fine Art Textiles Award 2020
The Vlieseline Fine Art Textiles Award (FATA) is an international juried exhibition open to all practising artists using textiles. The Award recognises the creative talents and skills of a range of high-calibre artists. My Commemorative scarf, ‘Those Sneaky Silver Conversations’ will be included and details will be posted here as the exhibition of the shortlisted artists for 2020 is to be rescheduled. It has been delayed due to COVID restrictions.
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