Recent research into movements made during stitching through cloth has resulted in a series of ‘blueprints’
Dawn explores and records movement then turns her research into a visual blueprint depicting the motions and actions of the hand as it moves through time. The notion of this record is to validate the existence of being a maker, without the physical act of performance in time and space, a realized outcome would cease to exist yet, this detail of the process is rarely considered, but is fundamental to the work itself.
The work is part of my MA and can be seen at the James Hockey Gallery, Farnham. UCA.
Open: Tuesday 27th August – Saturday 31st August 2019
Tuesday – Friday 9am – 5.15pm
Saturday – 10am – 5.15pm
North Surrey Group of Designer Craftsmen Exhibition.
Cranleigh Arts Centre, 1 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8AS
1st – 30th September 2017.
A two part exhibition showcasing work by members of the Society of Designer Craftsmen. I am in Part Two – 18th – 30th September
The Beautiful Stitch: Textile Treasures of the Embroiderers Guild.
Bucks County Museum, Aylesbury, UK
1st July – 28th October 2017.
I am delighted to have been selected to take part in this wonderful exhibition.
Desert in Bloom – (inspired by the cacti in the Arizonan Desert, Scottsdale, USA)
Etched acrylic, resin, constructed stitched textile.