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.