Brenda Parsons

MSc, FRGS, FRSA, LSDC, HND Textiles  I was trained as a geographer and geologist, so have a great interest in international cultures and world environments. I am an avid photographer, collector and sketch-book creator. After a career in education, as a teacher,...

Karen Morton

Karen Morton I create functional and non-functional pieces including garments, wall-hangings and abstract sculptures, presenting textiles as art and artefacts. My work is two and three-dimensional and involves experimenting with materials, dyes and different textile...

Alex Mayer

  Whilst doing a Foundation Course at West Sussex College of Art, I spotted some freshly dyed yarns hanging up to dry in one of the studios. I asked what went on in the studio, and, experienced an instant belief that that was what I wanted to do. I went on to...

Sue Kibby

My work explores the tradition of “make do and mend”.    I studied needlework at school to A’level and since then I have always made things from pre-used materials. After a career in human resource management in utilities and then schools, colleges and universities I...

Saskia Harris

Enriching human experience, cloth is essential for daily living, wouldn’t you agree?  There are endless possibilities for our absorption of beauty through colour, texture and design as an art form, and this delights me. Foundation Camberwell college of Art &...

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