Tuesday, 10 March 2020

Gypsy Maker 4

Places, Spaces, Traces a specially commissioned body of work for The Romani Cultural & Arts Company for their groundbreaking Gypsy Maker project opened last month in Newport. The Romani Cultural and Arts Company is an initiative that supports the development of innovative works by established and emerging Gypsy, Roma and Traveller artists. 
The exhibition also features the work of Dan Turner (his work 'Tan' is featured below) and is supported by Arts Council Wales. The private view was well attended in spite of flooding stopping trains and closing roads.

The exhibition closes at The Riverfront, Kingsway, Newport  14th March before moving on  to the Rug Gallery in Cardiff. I will be at the gallery on Monday 23rd March from 1.00-3.00 if you would like to come and say hello and look at the current project I am working on. (Images courtesy of Felix Page and RCAC)
Panni Kekkavva  (Kettle)
Exhibition dates:
Rug, Unit 16, Ground Floor, Capitol Centre, Queen Street, Cardiff, 21st March-18th April.
The Factory, Jenkin Street, Porth, 27 April-22 May.

An evening of talks is planned for the closing of the show in Cardiff on Saturday 23 May from 6-8pm  at g39 Oxford Street, Cardiff.

Workshop Update

Many of the workshops I have planned this year are filling up fast or have waiting lists only.
I am  delighted to be back at West Dean College in May  with Personal Journals and June.  with Unfolding Landscapes.
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I travel further North to the lovely Lund Studios in North Yorkshire,30 June -3 July. Stitch Sketch Book, Folding bookforms.
Further afield I am back with the Alpine Experience from 12-19th August and in Australia with Fibre Arts Australia in the Autumn/Australia Spring.

All other workshops and those yet to be posted are under workshops section of this blog.

Finally, since the new year I have attempted to cycle round Mote Park most days on my trusty Marin when at home. This little adventures are great to pull me away into the fresh air.

 I keep a tiny sketchbook in my pocket and sketch when I can





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