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Monday, November 03, 2008

Recovering...






from a busy, busy week! If you missed it, my work has been on show in Norfolk, alongside another textile artist and some photographers. And look what you missed! I'll be putting up more photos over the next few days, but for now, here's a selection of my work. The first image is what you saw as you came in the door of the gallery, two mixed media pieces, 'Outburst' and 'Losing My Religion'. The gallery is structured into three recessed spaces. My work was mainly in the central recess, with more of my mixed media work on the ends of the walls. To the right, were photographs by Ray Arnold, Derek Roberts and Rosie Arnold (image 2 shows some of my mixed media work with some of Derek's photos). To the left of my work, was more textiles and collage work by Jill Arnold, as well as an installation; image three shows my remaining mixed media pieces, along with some of Jill's collages in the background. And yes, all those Arnolds are related; Rosie is Ray's and Jill's daughter.

Now, though, it's back to work with a vengeance. Paperwork, mostly, sigh... but also some creative work, which is balm for the soul. Though I did get a lot of work done in the two days I was demonstrating at the gallery. Great fun was had by all concerned! Thanks to everyone who came in to look over the week! Now to get stuck into work on the books, as well as some painting and dyeing...hurrah...

6 comments:

MichellesCharmWorld said...

WOW! that's awesome congrats to you! It's no surprise though, your work is quite fabulous!

ZudaGay said...

I would have LOVED to come see your show, Marion!! Thanks for sharing pictures!! They all look great!

Olivia Docherty at The Wishing Tree said...

Amazing work, Marion, sorry i missed the show, hope to see you soon.

Diane Elizabeth said...

Re: First two images -- I LOVE the one on the right. Is that "Losing my Religion"? Good work, Marion --- diane

starrybluesky said...

thanks for showing a glimpse of your exhibition and thanks for the "twitter" welcome :)

kim* said...

very cool!