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Sunday, 19 July 2009

Threads & Trees







You may have seen these pictures on flickr but I thought they should be part of my blog.
It has rained here on and off all day and I have been sorting out all my wool and threads.
I always need some time between projects to think and draw and today has been a good time to do that.
I popped over to the Art Gallery in the Royal Pump Rooms, Leamington Spa yesterday and they now have my brooches on display.
It is a lovely gallery, opposite a beautiful park, so if you ever come to visit Leamington do take a look.
If you click here you will find a lot of information about the town and pictures.
I will post more art exhibition pictures in the week.
Bye for now.x



10 comments:

acornmoon said...

The standard looks very high, more like a degree show! I am sure you are a great inspiration to the students also. Well done with the sale.

Art Space Gallery said...

Lovely threads and embroidery, congratulations on selling your tree embroidery too! Bye for now.
Lesley

Sharne's Bit 'n' Bobs said...

What a wonderful collection of threads. Congratulations on your sale.

Jackie said...

I also commented on flickr but must make another here. I love the pictures especially the top one. Gorgeous colours.

Hens Teeth said...

Lovely photos and that hat box???!!!

Ruth said...

I love the trees, especially the green one - it's so atmospheric.

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

hello Kayla, all your creations are very lovely. BUT I love my hearts and roses the best. VBG I also love looking at photos of where you live. I will look forward to seeing them. hugs Judy

Heather said...

Thanks for visiting my blog - I love your tree brooches and have had a lovely time going back through your earlier posts. The mark making sketches and red white and blue brooches are great. I like buying clothes from charity shops as I can never find what I want in retail outlets. Your stitched tree sketches are wonderful and the community art exhibition was very impressive.

Heloise said...

Good luck with the work that you have on display at the art gallery.

The top tree, lime green on charcoal is gorgeous. The sickle around the edge really makes it stand out.

Heather said...

Just popped back to say I am about to read your article in Sew Somerset. My copy only arrived today as Rainbow Silks had to wait for new stock. What a fantastic magazine - full of inspiration.