Out in the World, A Sense of Place

It was fabulous to have been able to exhibit at the Batsford Gallery last week with Rosie James. In this installation we embraced the opportunity to bring two bodies of work together which appeared to speak to each other about people and place. 

Cloud Crowd and Shipping Forecast reflect upon the movement of people whether in a hurry for work, leisure or even in some cases forced to flee.

Travel and migration are part of human history. We saw the possibility of reflecting on this story by the interaction of these and other works included in the show.

The Shipping Forecast and other featured works moves to The Barony Centre, Craft Town Scotland at the end of August.

It was great to also spread my wings and spend just a little time with a friend and mooching around Brick Lane.

Talking of spreading my wings I am delighted to be exhibiting Summer Grass and Sedge Warbler pictured above in 'Stitch by Stitch', An exhibition for established and emerging textile artists working with stitch, fabric and mixed media. at the Willow Gallery Oswestry from Saturday 1st July – Saturday 19th August


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