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Cromford Studio and Gallery 27th-29th May 2017
Louise will be demonstrating bobbin lace and inviting everyone to have a go at this open art weekend.
Martin Sloman has invited Louise along with Rebecca Morledge to demonstrate for the weekend and invites everyone to come along.
Event is free and open between 10am and 5pm daily.
More details by contacting the gallery, Market Place, Cromford, DE4 3QE, tel. 01629 826434
poster for open arts weekend Cromford 2017
I will be doing some new workshops for the Beetroot Tree, South Street, Draycott in the new year, for both PMC silver jewellery and bobbin lacemaking.
Bookings already being taken.
for details, dates and booking online.
National Christmas Lacemakers Fair, Cranmore Park, Solihull, B90 4LF
My lace inspired fine silver jewellery will be on sale at this Christmas event for the first time.
This event is the highlight of the year for many lacemakers, with the largest collection of suppliers, with everything needed to make lace under one roof.
See website for further information of the event. http://www.lace-making.com/
Exhibition date extended
The dates of this exhibition have now been extended. National Lacemaking Day on 10th September will see a few lacemakers gathering at the exhibition and making lace for the day whilst talking to visitors.
The exhibition is now on until 11th December, due to the feedback and popular response from visitors received in the first few weeks of the exhibition.
It was also featured on the 'What's on guide' on BBC1 East Midlands news on 10th June, when Kylie Pentelow attended the exhibition and tried her hand at the art of Lacemaking.
Further dates for demonstrations - 25th and 29th October, and 10th December 2011
One of my recent pieces has just won first prize in a competition run to create a piece of jewellery for Mother’s Day by Cookson’s Precious Metals, Birmingham.
This piece was created in memory of my late Mother, and features 19th century lace on one side, and a re-creation of my late Father's wood turning on the reverse. The piece is significant to my own history, in that it relates to my work on memories, and time in connection with the MA programme currently being undertaken at university. My mother always loved the lace I created and was very fond of lace jewellery and so I created this in her memory to mark the two years since losing her. I was delighted to receive the news that it had won this competition and felt it a fitting tribute to her memory, two years on.
Photograph of the lace pendant.
Craft and Design Month
Exhibition featured on Crafts and Design Crafts month of May, for the East midlands area.
To view the listing visit the Craft and Design Month website.