Glazed and Sewn

I was super chuffed to be asked to be part of this group exhibition with such a talented bunch of artists who work with textiles and ceramics. Below are some images of the Charlotte Campbell's extraordinary embroideries and Tara Whalley's beautiful digital prints. There are many more fine works from Trish Burton, Clare Fennessy, Amie Luczkowski Gibson, Sarah Lyons and Lucinda Florence too. It's up until 22nd January.

My work! All printed digitally on silk with HAND rolled hems.

My work! All printed digitally on silk with HAND rolled hems.

My work is titled Panspermia - Panspermia is the hypothesis that life can be dispersed throughout the cosmos via meteorites or other more intentional means (aliens in spaceships). For this exhibition I hypothesize that life came to Earth from Mars, via a beautiful pink meteorite. Colour and pattern collide and explode into life. In my mind, surely the creation of life on Earth was a colourful event.

The beautiful work of Tara Whalley

The beautiful work of Tara Whalley

In the distance is the delicate work of Charlotte Campbell! So SO lovely.

In the distance is the delicate work of Charlotte Campbell! So SO lovely.