Hadley Exhibitions at Elseys Gallery
Elsey's Gallery is very excited that Rosie Copeland is artist in residence on Wednesday April 16th during the Still Life exhibition.
Left: Rosie Copeland "Hyacinths" Right: Rosie Copeland "Pears Grid"
In a rare fit of very pre-Christmas fervour I am making head/neck warmer garments from soft 100% cotton knit with woven silk trim. 4 x layers of the softest cotton and wrapped in a variety of creative styles are a must for a blustery summers day to the coldest of snaps.
100% soft cotton knit 4 x layers for warmth can be worn in a variety of styles - model's own scarf on right
Below:Shibori hand-dyed Habotai silk scarf available as parachute style below or as square
All accessories have a monochrome palette to suit all season wear and are hand-made from natural materials.
If you would like to order one of these items please make contact by email for further details on prices and sizes.
Looking forward to West Suffolk Student's exhibition "Coming up Roses" exhibition of student's fashion textile garments in May at Elsey's Gallery. The skirts and cushions on display will show examples of applique and reverse applique. Students will be on the runway for the Fashion Fusion event at The Apex on May 9th...exhibition of these garments at Elsey's Yard to follow.
Blog.....Had a great chat with bookshop owner Stephen Cook from Churchgate Books..(BTW he also is a DJ and musician) see weblinks page to visit his webpage.
Currently In conversation with Williams Art Gallery founder Chris Williams regarding a co-curating project at The Apex Gallery in June and July 2014...watch this space...follow link to view his webpage http://www.williamsart.co.uk
Medieval style gargoyles carved by master stone mason Brian Ansell during the restoration of Lincoln Cathedral.
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Hadley Exhibitions Consultant Curator
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