what we do

On Friday we  had the opening of the ‘What We Do’ exhibition at Aratoi, Masterton’s art gallery. It’s a really diverse exhibition that showcases the work of tutors at King Street Artworks. It’s on until 8th August. Here’s a closer look at my piece. Please excuse the reflection. I should have photographed it before it was framed but I was on a deadline.

image: ‘to here’ antique fabrics, silk thread on vintage linen (SOLD)

image: ‘to here’

image: ‘to here’ up close

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  1. Anotheroneopens

     /  July 14, 2010

    The reflections add to the story- from England to New Zealand and your new surroundings are reflected in your picture!

  2. You’re so right. I hadn’t even thought of that. Thank you, Another -One -Opens, for taking the time to leave a comment.

  3. that is a beautiful piece- so delicate.

  4. Ana

     /  July 15, 2010

    Thank you for showing us your fab. work and also for letting us know about an exibition of tutors work from that awe inspiring place ——King Street Art Works.

  5. Shiree

     /  July 15, 2010

    It is really lovely, fabulous work. I love it!!!

  6. Thank you Jane – that’s very kind of you. Great to see that you’re still dropping by the blog every now and again. Hope that all is well with you.

  7. You’re welcome Ana. Hopefully you’ll be able to find some time to visit the exhibition and to take advantage of the great coffee they sell next door at Entice!

  8. Thanks Shiree. Really glad you like it.

  9. trisha

     /  July 21, 2010

    Have just walked up to the GALLERY – your work lloks awesome. I have always wondered how to frame such a piece ……. I like ‘anotheroneopens’ comment and the idea of making the reflections part of the piece.

  10. Thank you for your kind words Trisha. It’s worth nipping into Aratoi ever few weeks or so as they have some great exhibitions to suit all tastes.

  11. trisha

     /  July 27, 2010

    Will do. It is so close.

  12. My first post for your blog! I love the combination of texture and colour – it’s beautiful.

  13. Thank you for commenting Karen – and such a lovely one at that!

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