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An exploration into the relationship
between words and making
Saturday 18 January - Sunday 23 March
Selected by Peter Florence, Director, Hay Festivals and Amanda Popham, renowned ceramicist and Member of the Devon Guild, this exhibition shows the work of regional, national and international artist-makers, working in disciplines of contemporary craft, who are directly influenced by words.
Narrative Remains explores the relationships between stories, poems, prose or quotes and the chosen makers’ work. The exhibition shows the imagination engendered by words and stories through the creation of contemporary craft. Work on show includes installations, photography, print, collage, enamel, ceramics and textiles. In these works the narrative emerges in the spaces between the pieces as well as between the viewer and the work, opening up more possibilities for extending the storytelling.
Exhibitors: Sonja Andrew, Sue Brown, Clare Goddard, Tina Hill, Effie Jessop, Iris Milward, Jitka Palmer,
Donna Rumble-Smith, Trudie Timlin Brown, Alex Valentine and Aine Venables.
Image: Aine Venables, 'bird text'
Launch & evening dining, 17 January, 6-8pm. Wine, nibbles, dining. Opened by Kay Dunbar (Director, Ways With Words Festival) Book for evening dining: 01626 831959 Menu
Calligraphy workshop with Celia Lister, Saturday 8 March 10am - 4pm, Phoenix Hall, Bovey Tracey Introduction to the tools and equipment used in lettering art. £50 (£45) including basic materials. Advance book: 01626 832223. More
Shakespearian meal & talk with Amelia Marriette, 20 March 6.30pm More
Shadow puppet making with The Clockwork Moth, Saturday 22 March 1- 4pm. Free drop-in workshop, make a puppet in the shape of a letter which will feature in a short film. No need to book.
Members Showcase 2013
15 March - 5 May
Genia Lorberg Textiles
Genia creates tactile hand machine knitted accessories in the finest Italian pure cashmere, using a variety of hand manipulated techniques on a knitting machine.
After knitting, additional hand work such as needle felting, crochet and appliqué may be added to embellish and enhance.
Driven by the juxtaposition of colour, Genia combines strong colours with beautiful quality fibres in a collection of elegant, timeless yet contemporary textiles. Genia uses Cashmere imported straight from one of the worlds finest spinning houses at the foot hills of the Piedmont Mountains in Italy. All Genia’s work is hand made in Devon
ITEMS CAN BE TAKEN ON DAY OF PURCHASE. Contact us for more prices/details: 01626 832223
All members showcase work is for sale