Last week I packed up my new Sand Marks pieces along with some of my Tide Marks books, some sketchbooks and found objects to do with the Spurn project. These all went off to Cardiff ready for A Personal Perspective at the Makers Guild in Wales. The exhibition opens this Saturday with a private view on Friday evening and runs until 28th April. Sadly I won’t be able to make the opening as I will be at another event…
The Leeds Artists’ Book Fair is on at leeds University this Friday and Saturday and I will be showing my work there. I have visited this event in previous years and there are some amazing book creations to be seen. As I’m a relative new-comer to the world of art books I feel rather humble about being offered a space. I’m really looking forward to seeing the other exhibits.
Further afield, the European Art Quilt VII exhibition moves to its next venue this week. My Folded Wall is included in this touring show. From 10th March it will be showing at the Breda’s Museum, Netherlands. It is there until 5th May.
And even further away, the Sketchbook Project tour has begun in America with various dates over the coming months. Once my contribution is available to view digitally on their website I’ll give the link.
And if that isn’t enough Hannah‘s lovely exhibition Experiments in Light and Landscape featuring her landscape based work opens this Thursday at the Yorkshire Craft Centre in Bradford (preview 4-7pm)