Still Moments, Hillu Liebelt

Stroud International Textiles


Exhibited from 27 April – 26 May, 2013

Stroud International Textiles (‘SIT’) is flying the flag for great British
textiles and craft design. ‘Spring Select’ exhibitions and events showcase a
flavour of the excellence and innovation of 110 UK based designer makers who are
driving textiles and contemporary crafts forward nationally and internationally.


Solo Exhibition: ‘Still Moments’ - tapestries and installations by artist Hillu Liebelt. The seasons with their contrasting moods have inspired this latest tapestry and installation work by Hillu Liebelt.


Site specific mobile using hand woven paper by Seiko Kinoshita. Seiko Kinoshita is a Japanese textile artist who uses traditional weaving and dyeing techniques to create contemporary art work and installations.


Contemporary Applied Arts (CAA) London present work from four inspiring contemporary craft makers: Momoko Kumai: jewellery; Mariko Sumioka: jewellery; Kyra Cane: ceramics; Louise Anderson: woven textiles. CAA is the premiere exhibition and retail venue for the appreciation, education and purchase of the best British craft.


‘Mother Love’ Ingrid Hesling and Jenni Dutton present a body of work that
explores the complexities of mother/daughter relationships using traditional
domestic materials and techniques applied in unexpected ways.


Jennifer Rose Young and Susan Early.

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