Lace Guild exhibition at the Fenland Fair
Making a Point with Lace
We are pleased to host at this year’s Fenland Fair the superb exhibition of Needle Lace created by the Lace Guild Museum. The exhibition examines the important role needlace has played in the development of lace and fashion from its origins in the 16th Century,to the present day and presents those developments in the form of exquisite examples of lace from the Lace Guild collection.
The collection was displayed earlier this year at the Forge Mill Needle Museum to great acclaim and will be returned to the Guilds collection after the Fenland Fair.
This is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to view this unique exhibition before it is dispersed.
Diversity by Ann Cook and Angie Hill
This talented duo present their final exhibition as part of the Connected Textile Group.
Tremendous originality and skill applied without boundaries in the choice and use of material including fabric, paint, embroidery thread, Tyvek, felt, tree bark, paper and many more substances. Presented in both Abstract and Traditional forms it includes collage in paper and stitch, rust and natural dyed fabrics , distressed and dyed paper, hand and machine embroidery, printed and dyed fabric with gesso and paint.
Grasp the final opportunity to see this amazing collection of work by two very talented textile artists and draw inspiration for your own work.