Together with other members of Diverse Threads, I have some of my work on display at the ‘Inspired by...’ gallery in Danby until 24th September. We have interpreted the stunning setting via our ‘Threading through the Moors’ exhibition. I have a series of pieces based on animals – the one shown here is a Meadow Pipit.
Posts Tagged ‘Diverse Threads’
September 10, 2018 by Sarah
January 12, 2018 by Sarah
Until Friday 2nd February, we in Diverse Threads have our ‘Regeneration’ exhibition at Helmsley Arts Centre. Check out their website as they are not open every day! I’ll be there stewarding on Sunday 28th January. The photo is of one of my 6 pieces on display in the exhibition.
September 4, 2015 by Sarah
From Saturday 5th September some of my work is in the Diverse Threads‘ exhibition at York Minster. Located in the North Transept, there is a range of work from group members which can be viewed until 20th September when the Minster is open (entrance fees apply). Below is a section of one of my stitched paper pieces inspired by a marble owl in the cathedral, entitled ‘Be Still’.
July 12, 2014 by Sarah
Next week is the last chance to view the Diverse Threads exhibition entitled ‘Water’s Edge’ at The Station Gallery in Richmond, North Yorkshire. The final day for viewing is Thursday 17th July before all our lovely pieces are taken down on the Friday. For opening times, visit The Station’s website: Richmond Station. To view our group’s website, visit Diverse Threads. The picture shows a detail from my 3D piece entitled ‘Courtship at Station Bridge, Richmond’ inspired by Edward Lear’s poem ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’.
April 25, 2014 by Sarah
I’m part of the mixed media group ‘Diverse Threads’ and our exhibition entitled ‘Water’s Edge’ comes to The Station Gallery in Richmond from 21st June to 17th July 2014. Come and view it during the day or evening when The Station is open. I plan to exhibit a piece inspired by Edward Lear’s poem ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’ and also my re-worked piece entitled ‘Workaday blues’ inspired by Japanese boro work.