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.
With all the exhibitions closed or postponed and everyone self isolating, we now have (possibly) more time to devote to our work. I will be researching some ideas for the next blog, but in the meantime here are some colourful
Welcome to February – January seemed to be so long and slow and not a lot happening. I hope everyone is battened down against the storm and not washed away. Anyway, February now seems to be racing along. A note
Well, that went quickly – the exhibition items will now be stored until it reappears in Kircudbright in April. We are now collecting images for the “Quines” exhibition at the Central Library in Edinburgh for International Women’s Day using poems
2020 will be an exciting year for edge. International Women’s day will see edge exhibiting new work based on the poetry book by Gerda Stephenson “Quines”. Members are working on interpretations from her book and the exhibition will be held
New to this blogging stuff, so today here are a few exhibitions – edge exhibition at Discovery Centre – Lindy Richardson’s exhibition at the University Library and Liza Green et al at Upright Gallery in Edinburgh. Looks like it’ll be