Art Textiles: Made in Britain will be exhibiting at Maidstone Museum and Bentlif Gallery from Saturday December 9 2017 to February 10 2018. The exhibition considers personal interpretations and experiences of what may be concealed.

Meet some of the artists on Saturday 16th December at the Bentlif Gallery from 1-4 pm

'All That Remains', artists work reflecting themes in relation to the Titanic story.
New work by Šárka Darton,Andrew Dickinson,Annie Flitcroft
Heather Gray-Newton, Liz Hanen

Cas Holmes, Juliette Larken, Madeleine Marsh
Miriam McCann, David Pratt, Maureen Brigden

The work is in a private house near Chichester and has been extended to February 2018.For further details or to book an appointment to see the exhibition please email Dr Sharon-Michi Kusunoki 
All That Remains by Cas Holmes, Photo by Julia Toms
Outside installation various artists

Delighted to be at Nadel-welt in Germany in 2018 with Common-Land and Tea-Flora-Tales (pictured below at the European Patchwork Meeting in 2014)

Page 17 Embroiderers' Guild exhibition where each piece of work takes a book as its inspiration. Two more venues follow the exhibition at the Knitting and Stitching shows
- NEC Birmingham in March  and Artrix in October 2018. Read more here

Edges of Australia on Show in Page 17 at Ally Pally
For further details of previous exhibitions please see my biography on axis artists or visit my website where you can see examples of my work and 

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