International School Brussels

Have been busy over the last week and have only just been able to sit down on update my blog! Spent a week in November working at the International School in Brussels under the invitation of the old and friend and colleague. This follows in the wake of workshops in Le Mans, France with textile enthusiasts.

Working with the young people at the school and in France was a really positive experience and the exchange and challenges served as a reminder of why I continue to run workshops.

The images below show some of the Isolation techniques used with students in Brussels from drawing to collage and photographs and textile work in progress from workshops in France.
The school was on the edge of the local forest. A beautiful view just outside the window!

Keep an eye on the blog as I am in the Netherlands in January and Australia from April.


For those local to Maidstone. Signed copies of my book, The Found Object in Textile Art, are available for £20 as part of the Christmas Arts and Crafts Exhibition at the Graham Clark Gallery, Rose Yard, Maidstone.

Isolation Brussels

Forest outside artroom windows

Le Mans work in Progress

Le Mans, work in progress


Anonymous said…
Thoughtful work as always, I am really enjoying your book.

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