Gypsy Maker 4
Specially commissioned works Places, Spaces, Traces for The Romani Cultural & Arts Company, the groundbreaking Gypsy Maker project—an initiative that supports the development of innovative works by established and emerging Gypsy, Roma and Traveller artists. The exhibition also features the work of Dan Turner and is supported by Arts Council Wales toured three venues.
See the works in the exhibition here. An evening of talks and discussions in association with g39 took place on Wednesday 30th September.
For the Love of Gaia
It is timely to announce I am taking part in the exhibition “For the Love of Gaia” at the International Quilt Museum Nebraska with a new work ‘The Downs: Wind Torn’. The exhibition was conceived by guest curator Luana Rubin in partnership with the museum and until the doors are open (scheduled for August ) you are welcome take a virtual tour.
Art Under Lockdown
The internet gives us access to all the art we could possibly want to see. But it cannot replace the visceral experience of coming face to face with an artwork. That suckerpunch of being hit by a painting just can’t happen via a computer or phone screen. Every submission I opened on my email led to an exclamation of ‘oh wow!’ but I know that seeing these pieces in real life would be an immeasurably more intense experience.
Felicity Griffin Clark, Rome 2020, expresses her engagement with new works she has seen as part of her virtual exhibition ‘Art Under Lockdown’
ReThink with Art Textiles Made in Britain
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.Their aim is to promote British art textiles and to ensure their future; to introduce them to new audiences and to continually stretch the boundaries with new, vibrant work
Textile Landscape: Painting with Cloth
Exploring the connection between landscape, people and place Cas collects found materials as she goes. marks are then created which combine cloth, paint and stitch with a disregard of the divisions of medium usage and application that often define the world of painting and textiles. On show at Farfield Mill 24th March -23rd May 2021
National Needlework Archive, The Old Chapel Textile Centre, Newbury, This exhibition to be rescheduled for 2021
Further details of previous exhibitions please see my biography on axis artists or visit my website where you can see examples of my work and collaborations.I am an exhibiting member of Art Textile Made in Britain , a member of the Embroiderers Guild UK and S.E.W
(Society for Embroidered Works)