This is the final section of the delightful and varied textile art exhibition created by members of the Contemporary Quild Guild.
Kate Findlay shows us round the final section of quilts that were on show at Lady Sew & Sew in Henley on Thames; their warehouse has a section of space that is often used for showcasing exhibtions so always worth keeping an eye on what’s happening there – go to Lady Sew & Sew for more information.
In this section we learn more about Kate’s own entry into the exhibition as well as seeing a wonderful corset with matching wallhanging that is so beautiful it could have been made for a film set.
We also get to see more about Thermofax printing, which the textile girls really seem to like to use.
If you want to see the other sections of this exhibitions – you can click here for part 1:
In the background you get glimpses of the Hadron Collider quilts which were made by Kate and you can enjoy a whole video solely on these by clicking here.
More information about Contemporary Quilt can be found on their website: www.contemporaryquilt.org.uk
Making art is Kate’s passion. She works predominantly in textiles producing a wide range of work from wildlife and landscapes through to unusual night sky inspired pieces embedded with fibre optic lighting.
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