Author Archives: Stewart Kelly

About Stewart Kelly


Beyond Boundaries, SDA Members Exhibition

Stewart will be exhibiting Face to Face 10, in the forthcoming exhibition, Beyond Boundaries with the Surface Design Association, at High Five Art in Baarle-Nassau, NL.

The European members of the Surface Design Association were invited to participate in this juried exhibition which will be held in Leiden and Baarle Nassau.

The work of thirty European members who will participate in both exhibitions include: Anneke Herrold (NL), Beatriz Schaaf-Giesser (BRD), Beverly Ayling-Smith (UK), Cherilyn Martin (NL), Elinor Sigler (Fr), Eszter Bornemisza (Hungary), Fenella Davies (UK), Flox den Hartog (NL), Francisca Henneman (NL), Hannie van Weel (NL), Helda Klouth (NL), Imelda Connolly (Ireland), Jette Clover (Be), Julieta Gimpel (UK), Katie Taylor (UK), Kissa Tindal (Denmark), Lia Flemings (Be), Marloes van Rees (NL), Mascha Mioni (Switzerland), Mel Bradley (Ireland), Michele Landel (Fr), Mirjam Pet (NL), Monika Haeussler (BRD), Monika Sebert (BRD), Paulien van Asperen (NL), Raija Jokinen (Finland), Rita Trefois (Be), Stewart Kelly (UK), Willy Doreleijers (NL), Yael David Cohen (UK).

The exhibition continues until the 22nd August 2021, in Baarle Nassau, NL.

Further information on the exhibition is available at

5th Textile Art International Triennial TexpoART

Stewart will be exhibiting Head (from the 40 Heads series) in the forthcoming 5th Textile Art International Triennial TexpoART.

The Textile Art International Triennial TexpoART is organized by the National University of Arts and Romanian Artists Union.

The exhibition will be held from the 1st December to the 20th December 2020 at the Victoria and Theodor Pallady Art Galleries in Iași, Romania.

13th International Biennial of Contemporary Textile Art

Stewart will be exhibiting Me & My Shadow in the 13th International Biennial of Contemporary Textile Art with Scythia Fibre Art. The biennial will take place in Ivano-Frankivs’k, Ukraine between the 6th and 18th August 2020.

The event will feature the work of 125 artists from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Mexico, The Netherlands, Pakistan, Peru, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine and the USA.

Further information on the exhibition is available at