winter into Spring

winter into Spring

Friday, 4 May 2018

And a few more pictures at the exhibition!

A few more pictures because I know about not getting out and about at times and for my overseas friends. Going up the stairs.
 Same frames - one piece from each artist.
 Too many reflections but you get the idea.
 Detail from Carla Mines hanging about the bees waggle dance.
 Claire Passmore quilt.
 In the corner yellow quilt by Colin Brandi and right of that Autumn by Liz Brooke Ward.
 Woven sea plastic -Debbie pawle.
 Witness Tree Liz Brooke-Ward.
Sea pieces- Liz Hewitt. All the artists took the title Transformations: Earth Matters and choose their own interpretation. Artists statements on the walls explained their own themes. All beautiful work that you want to study closely.
Lizzie Godden.

6 comments:

  1. what a beautiful show full of deep love for our beautiful broken world

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    1. It is full of love for the beautiful world.

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  2. This all looks MOST exciting. I’m very much hoping to come over with a friend on Tuesday or Wednesday of next week.

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    1. Hope you enjoy it, it finishes on the 19th. I have sold 2 pieces and lots of cards so very pleased. We are on holiday next week spending the profits!

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    2. It was a delight to see your beautiful work in Bristol today. I especially enjoyed your delicate piece, Winter - a corner of the enormous field, and brought one of your stitched cards which seemed to echo the feeling of the piece.

      I brought a friend with me and she enjoyed the whole exhibition as much as I did - many interesting and thought-provoking conversations resulted. As you said in your post, all work which you want to study closely.

      Please pass on our thanks to stewards Liz Hewitt and Jane Barker for sharing their time and knowledge so generously.

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    3. Thank you it was a very successful exhibition and i am glad you enjoyed it.

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