Finding some “spare time” I have made some pieces using foundlings from the studio. They are mounted and stitched on handmade paper, rust dyed fabric, felt and hessian. The first is, I think, some perished rubber, found on a beach, the second
Vanessa Marr: The Mighty Duster
Here are three images of Liza Green’s lockdown work
An online exhibition of the work of textile artist Su Richardson, titled Wonderwoman. Richardson is a pioneer of British Feminist Art and contributor to two important art groups of the 1970s – the mail art project ‘Feministo’ and the feminist
F L O W G A L L E R Y S U M M E R B R E A K & A F O C U S O N T E X T I L E S As we head
I have been busy with family lately and had starred a number of items for when I was able to send information out. That’s why you have so many blog entries today. I thought if I sent them separately you
HINTERLAND RE-OPENING & FILM LAUNCH Today, as we mark the 75th anniversary of VJ Day, which signalled the end of WWII, I am writing to let you know that after a quiet launch at Greenhill Arts , (Devon) last night, Hinterland is
A few more things that you might find of interest – the tree images are stunning, and Stuart Cairns makes the most interesting items. Prism Textiles is a virtual exhibition. Not unlike one we might be resorting to at Peebles.
I hope everyone is keeping well and safe – not too bored and frustrated. If you have any images of things you have been working on, do send them and I will put them on the blog. Moa Israelsson.