Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Busy days

It's nearly two weeks now, since my trip to Stourbridge, had a good day with old friends.
We made concertina books and boxes to keep them safe.

We tried lots of different ways to transfer images onto fabric, you can see some lovely experiments here.

A couple of days before my trip to Stourbridge, I had major excitement , when Jenny Rayment and Valerie Nesbitt came to film me and my work for their new website

We filmed in the new kitchen, hope no one notices that the walls are still bare plaster, with the odd rude comment left by the builder, bless him.

I must admit it was a fascinating experience, everyone was so kind, I hope it all turns out OK. .

My textile group, Group Purple are putting up our exhibition on Sunday, can't believe how quickly it's come around.

Please come and say hello if you're in these parts, we'd love to meet you.

The exhibition is at 'The Weavers Gallery' Church Lane, Ledbury. from 20 - 26th July.Open every day from 10.00 - 4.00.

Hope to see you there.x


Pamela Terry and Edward said...

I do so wish I could atten the exhibition! These photographs hint at truly lovely things to see there!

Linda Lunda said...

OOohhhhhh DRAGONS!!!!!!

Chris said...

I love the dragons!!! Thanks for the link to the website. What a great idea!

Heather said...

The concertina book and cover looks stunning as do the image transfer experiments. As for the works filmed in your kitchen, rest assured we are not looking at the plaster on the walls! Those books are so beautiful and the fairy shoes are exquisite. I have made a note of the Ledbury exhibition and will definitely do my best to come and say hello.

Art4Sol said...

Wonderful work!

Anonymous said...

OMG! I love your shoes!!

Heather said...

All being well, we will be coming to Ledbury on Fri. 24th and hope to say hello then - either late morning or early afternoon.

Heather said...

It's me again! I saw the exhibition today and thought it was wonderful. Such a variety of beautiful pieces of work and I loved the purple lettering leading visitors up the stairs. Had a lovely chat with Jan Evans too. It was all very inspiring.

Anonymous said...

Gosh I love your books! Very exciting.