Author Archives: jsteer
Marks and Stitch, of which I am a member, is exhibiting at the Knitting and Stitching show at Alexandra Palace this week. We chose Impressions as our theme and have all approached it differently. There should be something of interest … Continue reading
I am delighted to have been selected to show my work at Designer Crafts in the Mall (8th-17th January, 2015). I am showing some new woven journeys along with my Walk in the Mountains. This is the 25th year of the Society’s annual Exhibition in … Continue reading
This is the title of my exhibition at Whitchurch Silk Mill. Using walking as a method of storytelling, it is about journeys. I have spun and woven maps and newspapers to create the work on show. A few pieces were … Continue reading
Susan Chapman has been showing some new work at Whitchurch Silk Mill – there is still time to view it (exhibition ends 2 March). Her distinctive sketches of people visiting her stand at the Knitting and Stitching show last autumn translated into … Continue reading
Last week I visited Chinese Whispers, an exhibition presented by Studio 21 at Bracknell. Based on the concept of making work and passing it on, it is a truly collaborative exercise, but resulting in original and highly individual work by each artist. … Continue reading
Marks and Stitch degree show is getting very close now, there will be some exciting work to see and we hope and think everyone who comes will enjoy it.