Backwards Forwards by Caroline Bartlett, an exhibitor in Gallery 1.

Stroud International Textiles


Exhibited from Sunday 27 April -  Monday 26 May, 2014

Organised by Stroud International Textiles, these exhibitions are part of Select 2014, an exciting programme of diverse and inspiring exhibitions and events taking place in Stroud, Cheltenham and Cirencester.

Shadow and Line

Nine nationally acclaimed artists exhibit work on the theme of ‘Shadow and Line’. Peter Archer – turned wood; Hilary Bower – textiles; Caroline Bartlett – textiles; Linda Brassington – textiles; Penelope Jordan – textiles; Joy Merron -  textiles/mixed media; Elizabeth Turrell – enamel; Keith Varney - fine porcelain vessels; Jilly Morris - mixed media.

Appetiser Exhibition

Work by artists participating in Select this year.

Please note: Gallery 2 opening times vary. Please call ahead before making a special visit.

Hilary Bower, Textiles

Hilary explores the idea of silence, stillness and waiting as substance and matter.

Z Twist

Samples from three residencies for mid-career textile practitioners, designed to promote collaborative working between individual makers, business, education and heritage.

Talks and Workshops accompany the exhibitions. For details see

Select 2014 runs from 4 April to 31 May at venues across Gloucestershire. Supported by Arts Council England, Stroud District Council and Renishaw.

Did you know?

There are a range of events associated with Select 2014. For lots more information, visit their website.


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