I will be participating in the forthcoming exhibition, Echo Chamber at Bankley Studios & Gallery in conjunction with Manifest Arts Festival.
A studio can be a place where perceptions, incentives and other instruments of self censorship operate to become an echo chamber.
The exhibition reflects upon the artist’s studio as a space in which thoughts, ideas and beliefs reverberate. They are amplified by the repetition of rituals, processes and materials which artists define for themselves.
Each studio member has chosen an object from their studio that holds a special significance for them. An object, tool or a side product of studio practice that is never shown, offering us a new insight and different perspective into the studio practice of these artists.
In addition, the exhibition features new documentation and discourse from the artists illustrating the role of the studio and their practice.
Preview Date: Thursday 6th July, 7pm to 9pm
Exhibition Dates: 8th to 22nd July
Opening Times: Saturdays 12pm to 4pm
Open Studios: Saturday 8th July 12pm to 4pm
I will be exhibiting Face to Face 2 in the forthcoming exhibition Fantastic Fibers 2017 at the Yeiser Art Center in Paducah, Kentucky, USA.
The exhibition continues until the 19th June 2017. Further information is available at www.theyeiser.org.
Fantastic Fibers is an international competitive exhibition that seeks to showcase a wide range of outstanding works related to the fibre medium. The event is one of Yeiser Art Center’s most engaging, innovative and colourful international exhibits. Fantastic Fibers is an inspirational ‘must see’ for fine artists, quilters and textile art enthusiasts across the globe.
Paper, Ink & Stitch, an illustrated profile is featured in issue 94 of the Australian publication Inspirations.
Further information on this publication is available at www.inspirationsmagazine.com.au.
An illustrated interview discussing my current practice is available in the latest issue of Be Creative with Workbox.
Further information is available at creativewithworkbox.com
I have recently completed an illustrated interview with http://www.mrxstitch.com.
The piece forms part of a series of interviews with contemporary male embroiderers.
The full interview is available here.