Small World – an exhibition from Re-View Textile
Linking to the Biennial theme 'Beautiful world where are you?' twelve artists from Re-View Textile have produced a collection of curious works that look at our world from unusual perspectives. The artists produce sculptural and flat work using felt, dye, stitch, printing, recycling and mixed media.
Venue - Quaker Meeting House cafe, 22 School Ln, Liverpool L1 3BT
27th Sept till 6th Nov
Mon – Weds 9.00 – 3.00
Thurs – Sat 9.00 – 4.00
Situated in the city centre, the café has an excellent selection of hot and cold vegetarian/vegan food and cakes.
Re-View Textile is a contemporary textile network that draws its members from the Liverpool City Region. They meet regularly to exchange ideas and create opportunities to exhibit locally as a group.
The group members all have an interest in promoting textile arts and work in a variety of disciplines including fine art, design, installation art, technology and video.
More information about the group and individual artists can be found on the WordPress site and Facebook page.
Artists exhibiting are Susan Beck, Sue Boardman, Catherine Carmyllie, Yvonne Deegan, Jen Fenner, Joanne Frankel, Rosey Paul, Viv Netherwood, Judith Railton, Ildiko Szabo, Julie James-Turner, and Janet Wilkinson
I still have a couple of spaces left on my 2 day Design-2-Stitch workshop on October 22nd & 23rd. These workshops take place at my studio at home and I only have 4 students at any time so you are guaranteed lots of one to one. They are informal, relaxed and friendly. As long as you have a little bit of experience with free machine stitching/embroidery then this workshop is great for anyone.
Take a look at the 2 day workshop page on my website for more details.