A Sense of Place

Rosie James Crowd Cloud
Cas Holmes and Rosie James, are exhibiting A Sense of Place in their first collaborative exhibition.
Cas Holmes The Shipping Forecast

In this installation in B.T. Batsford Shop and Gallery they embrace the opportunity to bring two bodies of work together 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 works.

The exhibition runs from 2-22nd June at B.T. Batsford Shop and Gallery

Meet the artists and book signing on Thursday 22nd June 12-3pm

Thursday–Friday 12–7
Saturday–Sunday 11–6

266 Hackney Road
London E2 7SJ

Follow us on social media @BTBatsford
@casholmestextiles @rosiejamestextileartist

Stitches and Stories article by Faye Freeman in Spring/Summer edition of Travellers Times. Features my work for  Gypsy Maker 4 with the Romani Cultural and Arts Company and tracing the connection between my work and my Romani heritage.

Thankyou to LV21 for sending me these lovely images of Hopkins exhibited at Slough Fort in the Whose Hoo Festival in May. Further information about these pieces here :https://whosehooheritagefestival.org/


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