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And the speaker to open our exhibition is…..

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 … Continue reading

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Gallery Layout Decisions

  I used CorelDraw to draw the walls and anticipated works to scale. These scale drawings were then used to work out different layouts for each wall of the gallery so that we could all get an idea of how … Continue reading

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Hand and Needle Connected

Well the holiday of a life time is over and I’m not totally sure if my head has stopped spinning. I have thought about my art of course whilst viewing so many spectacular galleries, museums, buildings and places in Germany, … Continue reading

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Just keep going…

This is a close up of Earth Wound – a work destined for our exhibition in October. I had stopped the crochet thinking it was enough. But of course having it within view in my studio means I have changed … Continue reading

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Different light

 These 2 photos are of the same yarn collage diptych on Naturecore boards intended for mixed media. The top one was taken using flash and the second one without flash. They’re quick snapshots of work in progress for the exhibition. … Continue reading

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Julie has gone OS for three months.  Louise had her office to attend to.  So two of the four of us , Liz and I, met to have a “half MELD” meeting.  And what a wonderful meeting it was for … Continue reading

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Yarn Collage in progress

After lots of experimentation (see my blog here) I have started a series of yarn collages based on my small pen and ink drawings. This is a close up of one tiny area. The background is actually a very black … Continue reading

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