Re -Think at Farfield Mill and a virtual pop-up exhibtion in aid of the Rob George Foundation

 

Re-Think by

5 November 2020 - 3 January 2021.
We have been considering our own past and present work
in response to this year’s changing work patterns in these unusual times.
Dreaming of places, journeys, appreciating nature and its messages nearer home,
and reflecting on the human condition.
Art Textiles: Made in Britain comprises of Bethan Ash, Louise Baldwin, Pauline Barnes, Jessica Grady, Cas Holmes, Rosie James, Edwina Mackinnon, Sandra Meech, Sylvia Paul, Stephanie Redfern, and Christine Restall, some of the leading textile artists working in Britain today.
FREE ENTRY open 10.30am-4pm Thursday - Sunday.


I am delighted to support
The Rob George Foundation
pop up art exhibtion 30 Oct-8th November which opens with a free launch event Friday 30th October. The Foundation provides financial support to promising young people facing hardship in the world of the arts or sport.

You can view and sign in to the exhibition here


Finally I am back at West Dean College for their Winter School from 6-11 December. Exploring our connection to place in mixed media journals and textiles. So looking forward to the peace and calm of West Dean and real in-studio teaching.











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