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Saturday, 21 November 2009

Tree Of Hope


This week has flown and I meant to blog on Wednesday but I have been so busy.
Last Thursday I attended the opening evening at Rugby art gallery & museum for their annual open exhibition.

I submitted three small textile pictures and I was very lucky to have them all selected.
The exhibition has some very wonderful art work and I was pleased to find several different textile pieces.
You will find an excellent range of paintings and sculpture displayed in a white spacious gallery.
So if your near do take a visit, the exhibition is on until the beginning of January.
I also took part in a small event to help raise funds for cancer research, thank you to anyone who kindly purchased my art brooches.
Now it's back to the painting and making, I updated my etsy shop the other day and hope to add a few more pieces soon, including' Tree Of Hope' which I finished today.
I hope you have a good weekend.xx


14 comments:

Alex Mason said...

Your 'Tree Of Hope' brooch is gorgeous. I love the colours!! xx

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

Its lovely. How is your big piece getting on?

~ Phyllis ~ said...

I can't believe that I am just now finding your blog. It's beautiful.

acornmoon said...

Well done again! I wish I lived a bit nearer to Rugby, I hope all goes well with you.

Catharina Maria said...

Your work is beautiful , lovely colors together !
Love from the Netherlands Rini

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hello from Michigan. Your "Tree Of Hope" is truly lovely. I wish I could visit Rugby abd see the exhibition. Hugs Judy

silverpebble said...

This is such a special brooch - both the colours and the cause are wonderful.

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

Congratulations on getting accepted. Your work is lovely, so glad to see it being recognised

Have a wonderful week

Carolyn ♥

Heather said...

Congrats on getting your three pieces accepted - I'm not surprised as your work is beautiful. I love this exquisite little tree and can't believe how tiny it is - the detail is amazing.

Heloise said...

Congratulations on having your wonderful work accepted for the exhibition. I like the tiny tree tucked away on the left of this piece.

Melody said...

Just lovely.....

Lorie McCown said...

so lovely, I am so enjoying your creations, and good luck w/your exhibit!

Michelle Palmer said...

Your work is exquisite! Such a wonderful blog...
Wishing you the best~
Michelle

Gunnels blog said...

Congratualtions! So sorry I live so long away from, I had love to visit the exhibition!