As I’ve been very busy preparing my work for this show at the Chelsea Town Hall, London, I have only just noticed this catalogue has been uploaded! The whole catalogue of all artists exhibiting can be flicked through here. It’s this weekend and FREE tickets are available.
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Good luck! I hope you sell a lot – and I wish I could be there.
Thank you – I’m only showing four pieces as that was the maximum I could get prepared in time. The ‘hooked’ wall hanging has taken hours and hours. Yes, it would’ve been nice if you’d be in London to put a real person to the ‘online’ face.
Good luck Agnes! I just had a quick flick through the catalogue and it looks as if you will be in good company – a meeting of artistic peers it seems!
Thank you. Yes, I’m going to be very interested to see what other people are showing. Artists have shipped work from all parts of the globe. I feel quite local only travelling from just over 100 miles away!!
I hope this was a successful event on every level – artistically and economically stimulating!
Getting there and setting up was appropriately stressful – all part of the fun. I was just relieved to get my work up on the panels and level. ☺️Apparently Bill Wyman attended the Private View, but I didn’t see him!!! I talked to so many people by the end of Sunday I’d nearly lost my voice. Gave out plenty of promo postcards and now have to wait and see. I’ve already had one approach from a London gallery, but not sure about the direction I’m taking as more people were interested in my hooked wall hanging than the painted silk. I’m going to post about the wall hanging when I’ve recovered and caught up with all the boring stuff.
How exciting for you and looking forward to hearing about the hooked wall hangings. I know it’s not the same thing but I visited an interesting exhibit on the history of rug hooking in Canada at our Textile Museum in Toronto http://www.textilemuseum.ca
Yes, I think the hooked rugs are the same technique – it just looks different if you’re using wool or other fabrics. Today, modern mixed fibre jerseys give that non-frayed neater look. The olive green stalks on my design are deliberately looser and I achieved that by using a lightweight 100% wool dress fabric. (A little secret I still have the original wool dress in the back of the wardrobe!)