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Saturday, 11 February 2012

My Sketch Book and Threads









This is the sketch book I took to Italy with me, it's filled with sketches of the mountains, which I hope to share over the next few weeks.
I had this on display at The Herbert Art Gallery with a few other smaller works and threads.
It is a constant source of inspiration, I will use these for my next paintings, developing along side my stitched textile works, plenty of work to keep me busy this half term week.

I'm pleased to announce that I will be demonstrating my work at the NEC in Birmingham Fashion ,Embroidery, Stitch show at the end of March on the Madeira Threads stand.
So if your planning to come please do pop over and say hello, as this is the first time I have participated in a textile show.
Once I get more information I will post it here.
Have a great week.

Michala

10 comments:

Kit Lang said...

Beautiful work!

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Glorious, stunning creative work, Michala. hugs Judy

Twiglet said...

I am hoping to come to B'ham with my daughter Maxine. We will come and say hello!!

softearthart said...

Wonderful, cheers Marie

Connie said...

A wonderful sketchbook - I'm looking forward to seeing more from it.
Good that you will be at NEC show so that so many people can enjoy your work and be inspired - I'd love to be there to meet you.
I should have my spine op very soon now so one day I'll make it!
Connie.

Iceni UK said...

I saw your beautiful at the exhibition Michala, it would look stunning in stitch.
Good luck at the show, have fun.
hugs x

Chloe said...

Hello, I've just found your beautiful work on Etsy, hopefully I'll be at the show so will have to come and say hi :)

karen said...

I am so happy things are going so well for you....very well deserved.

Rachel said...

lovely work. I may well be at the Show - do keep us updated!

Jackie said...

Congratulations on the obvious success of the exhibition and the workshops. I love the picture of your paintings with the threads by it. It makes me want to do more drawing. I hope you have decided what to do. Its a really exciting point in your life.