Stitched on the Wildside

When:
3rd September 2019 @ 10:00 am – 22nd September 2019 @ 5:00 pm
2019-09-03T10:00:00+01:00
2019-09-22T17:00:00+01:00

   

WyeSevern Textile Artists from Mid Wales are inspired by the natural world. Each member has their own dynamic way of interpreting the subject. A diverse range of styles and mixed media techniques are used resulting in a varied and inspiring display.
Drawing underpins all of Mari Harpham’s artwork; a way to discover, reflect and interpret. Each image comprises numerous spontaneous sketches exploring movement and behaviour linked to the environment. The intimate journey of each drawing from nature is then developed into a linocut for printing, into stitch, or on to paper.
After many years of making block quilts, where wrinkles and folds were regarded as imperfections, Angela Morris now introduces texture and structure into her work. She is increasingly influenced by natural phenomena such as the Aurora Borealis, and high level photo imagery where colour and pattern are inspirational.
Bronwen Jenkins turned to textiles after a career teaching biology. Her lifelong interest in natural history strongly influences her current work. This is mainly machine embroidery with an emphasis on landscape and wild plants, including lichens and mosses
Pat Gibson is primarily a lacemaker specialising in needlelace. Historical lace pieces are influental, much of their design coming from nature. Experimentation by Pat has led to incorporating the technique into mixed media work.
With a background in graphic design and watercolour painting Pamela Higgs works with hand dyed fabric, creating a layered effect with painted or stencilled papers. Free machine embroidery and hand embezzling with beads and found objects unifies the pieces.
Inspired by landscapes and the countryside around her home, Ann Breese creates her designs using hand and machine embroidery on a variety of backgrounds. Her recent work has been inspired by wild flowers growing in fields and on country lanes in spring and early summer.
This Atrium exhibition is one of a series highlighting the work of local and regional arts, crafts and photography groups. Don’t miss it!

Meet a member of the group on Sept 3rd, 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 20th, 21st and 22nd.

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