Hand crafted Pewter Bookmarks, Buttons and Pewter Tins embroidered with wire stitching and subtly embellished with leaves or blossoms. Beautifully unique, combining delicate foliage with precious durable metals. Perfect gifts for mothers day.
It’s finally getting warmer out there – hooray!
So why not take a stroll down to The Barbican to see the new work in the gallery! We have some great fused glass work by Denise Yard.
Sarah McCormack has sent us some more work including these quirky clocks and sweet little ceramic heart tiles with beautiful shiney gold luster glazes!
And we now have Richard Glass’ glass fish dotted around the gallery which are proving to be very popular!
Looking for something more 3-dimensional for your wall? Have a look at Helen Edwards new framed paper and textile pieces. Her works are stitched, folded, wooven and threaded to construct intricately detailed works of art. Very admirable and a pleasure to look at. On the left there are 3 new mosaics by Jude Freeman.
For details on the artists, their work and to see a selection in more detail, please visit our online shop. You can also always send us an email or ring. The contact details can be found in the about us section.
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Artist: Helen Edwards
Material: Pewter, etched and embossed, textile
Dimensions: L: 24 cm W: 4.5 cm Thickness: 1 mm
To view more work by Helen Edwards, please click on the tag in the right column.
It is British wool week this week, which is a good reason to feature Debbie Rudolph’s weaving.
We will feature the other artists, fellow weaver Sue Spooner, contemporary embroidery by Jane Price and Beverley Bailey, mixed media textiles by Helen Edwards as well as ceramic panels, which started as embroidery by Emma West, in the coming days here in our news page..
Artisan Weaver Debbie Rudolph lives in Cornwall and gained extensive weaving experience during a degree from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London followed by a weaving scholarship with the International Wool Secretariat. Debbie uses her experience to create wonderful materials, which she turns into scarves, cushions, purses and bags. She weaves on a 40 year old Swedish made ‘Lillstina’ Loom. Her designs use surface texture and a bold approach to colour to create visually exciting and tactile beautiful textiles which conjure up other cultures and eras, while remaining refreshingly contemporary.
Find out more about the event on Saturday 19th October here.