Category Archives: exhibiting

Stitched and Bound!

Yesterday I blogged about giving a short lesson to members of WAFTA on natural dyeing and eco-printing. What do I  do with all the fabric I produce? Today I am recording my absolute pleasure at having had my entry into … Continue reading

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Published again!

I am so pleased that Louise Wells’ article about four Western Australian textile artists was accepted by  Down Under Textiles in Issue 26 of 2016. This is a magazine which produces glorious quality images and is happy to publish local … Continue reading

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Juried exhibition: Twenty-one +

I was lucky enough to be included in the judges’ selection of works for Twenty-one Plus, the juried exhibition organised by WAFTA for its 21st anniversary.  See http://wafta.com.au/event/21-exhibition-2/ I have to deliver my work, Family Tree, to the gallery tomorrow morning … Continue reading

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Chain of events forms luck: Invited to exhibit!!

I’ve never really believed it when people said you have to “put yourself out there” to get noticed.  At least, I didn’t think that would work for me. Wrong! Last year the Designing Women group had an exhibition.  I put in … Continue reading

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