Farfield Mill

Current Exhibitions

Helen Walsh

5 October -14 November

Helen is a Cumbria based artist predominantly working with drawing and textiles but also enjoys experimenting with a wide range of media.

 

She is passionate about art and about getting people involved in the arts. She is a experienced workshop leader and has worked with many different groups of people.

Daniel Cooper

5 October -14 November

Based in Cumbria, UK, acclaimed artist Daniel Cooper responds with highly emotional expressions to the sublime weather in the Lake District National Park and Cumbrian landscape, home to arguably some of the most beautiful views in England. Using charcoal and mixed media, Cooper observes reality imaginatively, and aims to communicate the ever changing moods of the land and skies through personal involvement with the landscape.

Re-View Textiles - A Small World

13 September - 29 October

Re-view Textile- a contemporary textile network founded in 2009.

We have made a collection of curious, miniature works. Reminiscent of displayed collections of oddities around the globe, brought back by travelling collectors in the era before the electronic age gave us all a wider taste of the world.

Curiosities include - micro sea-life, beach combing assemblages, a child's dream, a mermaid, bugs, felt flowers, pairs of objects from a nature table, a story of exploitation of natural resources, minutiae of vegetable surfaces, cityscapes.

Artists : Sue Boardman, Janet Wilkinson, Rosey Paul, Yvonne Deegan, Jo Frankel, Viv Netherwood, Judith Railton, Jen Fenner, Catherine Carmyllie, Marion Roberts and Julie Jones- Taylor

Individually Re-View Textile artists exhibit in the UK and abroad. Making work in many sizes using felt, dye, stitch, printing, recycling, weave, technology, assemblage and mixed media.

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AccessArt - The Village Project

12th September - 22nd October

The AccessArt Village is a participatory project run by AccessArt, a UK education charity which supports and inspires teaching and learning in the visual arts. The project was supported by Appletons Wools and aimed to inspire individuals of all ages and abilities to contribute a sewn drawing of their home towards a larger, co-created, collaborative artwork. 

The resulting installation of over 700 3D models juxtaposes work by children at the start of their creative lives next to that of accomplished artists and older generations. Whilst highlighting the character and individuality of each piece, the project celebrates the diversity of our audience and reminds us of the universal sanctity of "home".

The exhibition will be touring the UK. Find out more at www.accessart.org.uk/accessartvillage