This Studio Conversation is really exciting because Jilly Edwards and I have never met, although hopefully that will be remedied in the near future, but I have loved her work for a while and was blown away by her recent
October, and after a lovely week up in Gairloch – more news of that coming soon – I bring you another Studio Conversation, this time with artist Hayley Mills. Living and working in a lovely part of north Fife, her
September already and autumn seems just around the corner; it’s just that little bit ‘fresher’, on some days certainly. However while the best of the Summer may be behind us, I have another Conversation to share with you today.
Time for another Conversation, I think. The work that was exhibited in Sew: Together is dismantled, packed away and returned to the college Collection or the owners. It was a great experience and from the feedback we received, appreciated by
We are almost into July and the final three weeks of the exhibition to celebrate our former lecturer Marion Stewart. SEW: Together has been well received; lots of lovely comments from visitors and a steady stream of people coming from
I am really excited about this next Studio Conversation. Raymond Honeyman was a year or two behind me at Duncan of Jordanstone but I remember him being in the printed textile department – all year groups worked together, mingled over
As some of you will know, the last few weeks have been busy as plans came to fruition and SEW: Together – the Legacy of Marion Stewart, the exhibition celebrating our lecturer in embroidery at Duncan of Jordanstone College of
As I have said before, one of the great pleasures of being part of a group are the friendships that evolve and one such friendship is the subject of my next Studio Conversation. I knew of Dorothy Tucker through her