Circles – August 2019

You may remember last year Lindsay S kindly organised a display of members work to exhibit at the West of England Quilt and Textile Show which takes place annually at the end of August at the University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol.  “Take a line” was so successful that members were keen to take part in the 2019 show.

This year Lindsay asked members to create a piece of work using a canvas 20 cms x 50 cms and include a circle/s somewhere in the design.  The technique, topic and colours was completely up to the individual.  

Thirty two canvases were submitted and just look at the wonderful variety of techniques, themes and colours.

Left to right:     
Image 1                                        
Chris C – Paper Circles, Fiona H – Hurricane Irma, Clare R – On Another Planet, Sally J – My Garden 
Image 2
Jackie B – Sepia Seeds, Tase W – Freshwater East, Linda W – Crop Circle, Judy J – Have you got any “O”s? 
Image 3
Dawn V – Pewsey Vale Circles, Annie F – Mid Summer, Nikki VW – Dandelions at Sunset, Jean F – Maytime       
Left to right:
Image 4
Julie B – Hubble Bubble, Sue F – The Windmills of your Mind, Kathy P – Five a day!, Diana K – Raggy Orange
Image 5
Maria F – Triffids and Roses, Robina O – Circles in Nature, Ros L – Kaffe Galaxy, Hazel P – Patchwork Orange
Image 6
Stephanie N – Eddies, Lindsay S – Diesel, Lexie Bray – Champagne Fizz, Christine H – Blue Planets
Left to right:
Image 7
Yvonne M – Emeralds & Amethysts, Lindsay S – Paua, Ann K – Rhapsody in Blue, Rosemary C – Circles Sampler
Image 8
Marion R – Solar System, Ann K – The Hare and the Moon, Ann S – Rusty Boats, Susan V – The Eyes Have It!

Some of the comments from the visitors!
Image 1 – Diana & Stephanie, Image 2 – Jackie & Nikki, Image 3 – Ros, Lindsay & Rosemary

​A very big thank you to Lindsay for organising everything, for designing the stand and for co-ordinating the project.  You are a star Lindsay!

Also a big thank you to members who went over to Bristol to talk to exhibition visitors about our wonderful work.  

Report by Ros
Photos by Ros and Lindsay

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