And the speaker to open our exhibition is…..

Sneak peek at a detail of one of Liz' drawings for Hidden Revealed Transformed.

Sneak peek at a detail of one of Liz’ drawings for Hidden Revealed Transformed.

I am so pleased that Textile Artist Jan Mullen of Stargazey Quilts fame has accepted our request to open our exhibition on 17th October. I have known Jan for a very long time. I asked her to proofread my very first pattern when I started a business called Lizard of Oz way back in the year 2000. Jan was very helpful and gracious at that time. Lizard of Oz proved to be the stepping stone which enabled me to leave my secretarial job in the city and start creating quilt designs and patterns for sale. Now I am several steps further along the path to becoming an artist as I have closed Lizard of Oz and am creating work with more personal meaning. Jan also knows the other members of MELD so it feels good that Jan will speak about our work and the aims of the MELD group at the opening of our first exhibition Hidden Revealed Transformed. Jan and her Helping Handz group recently exhibited salvage/selvedge (2012/14) at the Moores Gallery in Fremantle, Western Australia which raised funds for the School of St Yared in Ethiopia. Jan is a good public speaker so I am sure those who manage to attend our opening will enjoy her company.

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About lizarnold28

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One Response to And the speaker to open our exhibition is…..

  1. Margaret Ford says:

    Wonderful!!! Jan is such a leader!

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