Monday, 21 September 2009

'Out Of The Fold' at Cavern 4, Bury St. Edmunds

Have I been busy lately. YES!! Even though my blog has been neglected, I'm happy because I'm almost done preparing work for two different, upcoming exhibitions in one October with 'Out Of The Fold' and one November with 'Sindano'. Actually I'm taking part in a third exhibition with 'Fiberfusion' in November as well, at the Knitting and Stitching Show at Harrogate. That is why I've been pushing my self to get all the other exhibition work done, so that I can concentrate on that piece, which I haven't started yet. Mind you, I only did join 'Fiberfusion' recently, so that's my excuse. I'm not bored that's for sure :-)
We, the 'Out Of The Fold' Textile Group is having our second major exhibition of stitched and dyed textiles. This time it is a week long exhibition at 'Cavern 4', Whiting Street, in Bury St. Edmunds , Suffolk, England. The exhibition is on from the 24th-31st October. All new work from the 13 textile artists will be on display. I've seen group members working first on their design work and then on their pieces this last year and stunning work is being produced! It will be very exciting to see the exhibition finally hung. Please contact me for more information.


Aputsiaq said...

Hvor lyder det dejligt...det er jeg glad for at høre...det er så spændende: gid jeg kunne komme og se dine udstillinger - men held og lykke!

SewDanish-Scandinavian Textile Art, Unique Handmade Supplies said...

Tak skal du ha' :-) Det er spaendende at blive udfordret paa den maade. Der er masse arbejde involveret i at faa det hele til at gaa op i en hoejere enhed, men man laerer en masse hver gang.

Thank you! A lot of work is involved, but it is very exciting to be challenged in this way. To see it all happen and come together :-)

Tayfan2 said...

Interesting and beautiful work. I"ve never seen anything like this before. Is it a framed piece?

SewDanish-Scandinavian Textile Art, Unique Handmade Supplies said...

Thank you! I'm glad you like my work. The first photo is a detail photo of the last photo in the blog post. They are two separate panel quilts that are visual interlinked by the design.

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SewDanish-Scandinavian Textile Art, Unique Handmade Supplies said...

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