Thursday, 9 March 2017

TEXTiles Exhibition opens at Farfield Mill, Sedbergh

Members of Textilia 3 have been working hard alongside the team at Farfield Mill to install the new showing of our exhibition TEXTiles




For those of you who caught the exhibition at Richmond last year we do hope you will come and enjoy it again and look out for the exciting new work which has been made specially for Farfield. For those of you who missed it first time round - don't miss this chance to see it in a very special setting.








With plenty of room to spread out in the lovely light galleries at Farfield members have really gone to town to produce beautiful and inspiring work for all tastes.









And it's not just art for the wall - we've also got something to suit every budget from unique cards to wearable art and gorgeous pieces for the contemporary home.





Why not come along this weekend - you might just find that elusive Mothers' Day present or special birthday gift!  We look forward to seeing you there.


Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Catch it while you can!

Just a quick reminder that you can still catch our TEXTiles exhibition at The Station, Richmond until the end of Wednesday 1st of June. We look forward to seeing you there!


Wisdom of the Jester (detail) - Jo Valentine


Wednesday, 25 May 2016

More views of 'TEXTiles' exhibition

A huge thank you to all those of you who have already visited us at The Station, Richmond to see our new exhibition, TEXTiles. It's been wonderful to see you all enjoying the work and to hear your lovely comments.

So much work goes into planning an exhibition and producing a body of work but it all seems so worthwhile when it finally goes on the wall and we can share it with you all!

For those of you planning to come over the Bank Holiday weekend here's a taster of a few more works by Textilia 3 artists who are exhibiting (see our previous post for more artists).

Susie Martin

Julie Coghlan

Catherine Wilson

Jan Dowman

Janet Smithies

Kirsty Mason

Maggie Redpath

Rachel Terry
If you haven't been able to visit us yet you've still got until Wednesday 1st June to come. The Station is a lovely venue with shops, a cafe, artisan bakers, a cinema and more! We are delighted to be showing there and it makes a fabulous place to visit on your day out. For more info and to plan your visit see http://www.thestation.co.uk.

Hope to see you soon!

Sunday, 22 May 2016

TEXTiles at The Station, Richmond - the wait is over!

It's finally here....
Textilia 3's new exhibition TEXTiles at The Station Richmond opened yesterday. Here's some images of us setting it up.










And after all that hard work here's some close-ups of some of the amazing work featured in the exhibition...
All Stitched Up 1 - Annie Smith
All Stitched Up 2 - Annie Smith
The Secret - Jo Valentine
At the Court of the Blue Horse - Jo Valentine
The Secret (Detail) - Jo Valentine
Reading Room (Details) - Claire Ketteman

All in the Name - Margaret Laycock

Birch 1 - Gemma Kelmanson

Birch 2 - Gemma Kelmanson

Birch Lichen - Gemma Kelmanson


Tile Variations 2 - Catherine Slater

 Tile Variations 2 (detail) - Catherine Slater

Tiles 1a - Catherine Slater
This is just a small glimpse of some of the artists taking part. There are many more works on show. Members of the group will be there to welcome you to the exhibition every day and to answer any questions you may have about the group so do come along and meet us. The exhibition runs every day up to and including Wednesday 1st June.

 We look forward to seeing you there!

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

TEXTiles at The Station, Richmond

Excitement is building about Textilia's exhibition of new work at The Station, Richmond - opening Saturday 21st May 2016


TEXTiles

As we finish and frame our new pieces ready for display we can now share with you a few sneak peaks which we hope will intrigue and inspire you to come along between the 21st May to the 1st June. We've all interpreted the theme in our own personal ways finding inspiration in aspects of TEXTiles from fonts and typefaces to the colours and patterns of tiles, from myths and legends to storytelling.

All in the Name 2 - Margaret Laycock 
 At the Court of the Blue Horse - Jo Valentine
Tile Variations 2 - Catherine Slater

Visitors are in for a treat with everything from hand and machine stitch, felt, appliqué, dyeing and resists, print and manipulation techniques with a good range of abstract, figurative and decorative pieces. We are also delighted to be showing work by some of the new members we have welcomed in 2015 and 2016 as this will be our first chance to show as an expanded group - catch up with information about all our members by clicking on the 'Members Galleries' tab at the top of the page.

The work in the exhibition is varied and fascinating and we hope will delight existing fans of textile art and inspire new ones. Different members of the group will be on hand on each day of the exhibition to answer all your questions and it's a lovely venue for a trip out so do pop along and see us. More information about The Station, Richmond can be found here.