Tag Archives: fiber art
I’ve returned to my sadly neglected WordPress blog today because I’ve started working on a really special project. It’s new work for an exhibition organised by Caroline Hick. All the artists involved are creating work to be exhibited and sold … Continue reading
I’ve just completed a rather lovely project in Burnley called Touch and Flow. I was asked to facilitate a series of hand stitch workshops with a group of carers and to give them the opportunity to explore the Gawthorpe Hall … Continue reading
Its been a pretty hectic couple of weeks with a lot of travelling, in the UK, in Belgium and in Norway. Some fab workshops with some lovely people (more about that another time) and some really interesting projects and exhibitions … Continue reading
It’s taken me a while to get round to updating my blog so as usual, like buses, all mine will turn up at once! I was lucky to be invited back for a second year to work with the fantastic … Continue reading
Here are some photos of new work. “Augury: Birds for the Eyes of the Shaman” Textiles are a potent signifier of human experience for me and this piece is a product of my ‘other’ life in Norway, where I spend … Continue reading
There’s an article about textile taxidermy in here (p45). I’m mentioned in it along with Mr Finch, Polly Morgan and some other splendid folk. The written information about my work has been pulled from other sources and isn’t so relevant … Continue reading
Yesterday I delivered a small flock of Shaman Birds to The Wishbone Gallery in Grassington. They’ll be in a group show called ‘Wonder: An exhibition for the Curious” that starts this Saturday.
A new embroidered bird.