Farfield Mill

2014 Exhibitions

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Exhibitions 2015

4th July - 31st August 2015 - Dover Gallery

Colin Reynolds - Seascapes

Kendal based photographer Colin, has a passion for the abstract found within the moving waters of the sea combined with a lengthy apeture. The images that he produces are beautiful, ethereal and atmospheric.

4th July - 31st August

Jamie Barnes - Architypes and Aquatints

Jamie Barnes Architectural monotypes and etchings by Jamie Barnes - Printmaker Jamie is a Freelance Curator and Printmaker. His artwork is principally concerned with manmade structures: houses, buildings, townscapes and structures in the landscape. In this exhibition Jamie presents new prints made using the trace monotype and etching techniques.

11th July - 31st August

Mary Sleigh & Jan Miller

Mary Sleigh and Jan Miller (both members of the Textile Study Group) are working together for the first time on this new exhibition.

This collaboration unites them in common themes while illustrating their differences in interpretation and practice The decision to exhibit together challenges them both to develop a body of new work for display. Their working practice is rooted in their home backgrounds and the industrious process of making.

5th Sept- 4th Oct Dover Gallery

Rebel Rag Rugs

Contemporary and colourful textile art created by Margaret Kenny and Jane Jackson using techniques traditionally associated with making rag rugs. But there's nothing traditional about these rag rugs, because these are "rugs" with attitude. Never meant to go under foot, they twist and curl, creating sculptural forms and wall hangings.

10th October - 14th November- Howgill Gallery

Jenny Bullen, Lynda Gray, Shelley Rhodes, Dorothy Tucker -             Kutch to Kantha

The work of these four artists is inspired by the embroidery of India.

10th Oct - 15th Nov

Caren & Peter Threlfall

Husband and Wife Caren and Peter - team up for this exciting, vibrant and colourful exhibition.