Monday, 19 September 2016

My final pieces for the "Cornwall.Collected" exhibition

I was really pleased that I managed to finish seven pieces of work to exhibit at The Poly in Falmouth last week. Here are my final pieces. One was sold last week and there is interest in a couple of others, and for the first time in my new stitching career I think I feel ready to let them go! 
I hope you enjoy seeing the work, and thanks for reading our blog, Chris

 St Ruan’s Holy Well 
Chris Treweek, 2015

 Summer Pond
Chris Treweek, 2015

 Spring in the Watergardens
Chris Treweek, 2016

Clay Country Pools
Chris Treweek, 2016

Beach Pool
Chris Treweek, 2016

St Madron Holy Well
Chris Treweek, 2016

Reflection in Holy Well Pool
Chris Treweek, 2016

Friday, 9 September 2016

Daily treat...

If you haven't checked out our Facebook page yet you're missing a treat, Chris is posting a detailed photo showcasing a different Maids exhibition work each day.

Here's our exhibition flyer again with all the details...



Hope to see you there.
Sue

Sunday, 4 September 2016

Counting the days...

Just over a week now until we hang our Cornwall.Collected. Exhibition. 13th - 17th September at the Poly, Falmouth.

If you'd like a sneak preview then check out our Facebook page where Chris will be posting detailed pictures each day.

As you will see below my project is on the Clay Works. I was also inspired by the patterns on broken china found by my children, Troika Pottery and Carn Pottery.

Here's a few pages from my Poll Pri sketchbook, which I'll have with me on the days I'm stewarding.

Cornish Alps

Mixed media page with clay pit names
Inspired by China patterns, Troika Pottery and Carn Pottery

Looking at texture and track layers 

Cornish Alps with fabric samples




Being a Cornish maid I would love to be able to say I could speak the Cornish language, but unfortunately not. However, all my pieces have Cornish titles and Poll Pri means clay pit.

Hope you'll be able to visit and say hello.
Sue