Translate

Monday, 27 September 2010

Art Brooches For Galleries

Amongst my larger textile pieces and paintings I have also been working on a new range of landscape brooches for The Herbert Art Gallery in Coventry and also for the Leamington Spa Gallery.
Each one is unique, signed and taken from ideas in my sketch book, individual drawn thread worlds, miniature art works which could also be framed.
They should be available to buy from the galleries by next week.
I'm hoping they will make unusual, original gifts, in time for Christmas!
Thank you so much if you have visited and left a comment, apologises If I have not replied.
My normal blogging should resume shortly.

15 comments:

Heloise said...

Good luck!

Judy said...

Best wishes as well!!

Zdolność-tworzenia said...

I znowu następne cudeńko. Sypiesz nimi jak z rękawa.
Pozdrawiam

Martine said...

Your work is beautiful.............
XXXm

Gina said...

I love the way you have incorporated patterned fabrics into these.

A Time to Dance said...

Hello Sweetie, I have been so busy I have neglected my blogging pals...(see latest posts) hope you are well...love your fab makes...

Twiglet said...

I have just enjoyed reading and being inspired by your article in this month's Stitch magazine. The little brooches are so beautiful. Hope all goes well for your exhibition at the Herbert Art Gallery. x Jo

Barbara said...

Hi,
And very best wishes to you on all that is coming up. I love these little brooches, beautiful little treasures.
Kind wishes,
Barbara

Jackie said...

Good luck with all your Christmas stuff.

Kayla coo said...

Thank you all for your good wishes.
Michala xxx

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

A lovely brooch, I hope that they sell well.

ruthie said...

I have spent a happy while reading back over missed posts and catching up on all the delicious work you have been doing, i so love your trees!!. How exciting to be working with A level students, they are so inspired at that age. I loved it when my daughter took textiles & was fascinated by her design processes. Good luck with the gallery, im sure you will have no troubles selling x

silverpebble said...

Oh those autumnal colours are just lovely. How exciting to be stocking galleries. I'm working on a gallery collection too - who knows how I'll fit in all the making!

acornmoon said...

I like that little bit of print in amongst the stitches, a clever touch!

dls said...

Love your embroidery...... thanks for sharing your art.