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Monday, 3 October 2011

"Colour Connections" exhibition at the Bishop's Palace, Wells

Today was the first official opening day of the exhibition, after the private view yesterday.  The work looks wonderful in the all-white gallery, full of light, and overlooking the beautiful gardens. My quilts share the space with Nina Gronw-Lewis's glass and wood sculptures.  Quite different from the look it had last time we shared an exhibition, about a year and a half ago now, in Glastonbury Museum.  The pieces have a different kind of relationship, while sharing strong colours and love of light.

Here are a couple of examples.

 "Elizabethan City", loosely based on a map of London of 1572, and a wooden chair by Nina, with a fused and appliquéd glass panel.

"City Lights", inspired by the view from an airplane at night, and a wood and blue glass piece by Nina.

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