Always a glittering occasion and yesterday was no exception.
Although the weather was not what we ordered the ceremony went off beautifully.
The graduating students, watched by their families, were conferred with their degree in the dramatic setting of Bath Abbey.
We wish them all the very best as they begin the next step of their career.
Zoe Spry’s work certainly works well in this lovely display in the window at Woodhouse and Law.
Her gorgeous circular painting works well as a backdrop to this very atractive cushion.
Nick and John are generous in their efforts to promote and sponsor the work of up and coming designers.
Zoe is an alumni of the Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors course here at Bath School of Art and Design
Work in progress.
Some of the work the student’s produced while working at the show.
It’s a wonder they managed to produce any practical work as the enquiries came thick and fast.
It was so exciting and reassuring to see, and listen to, the students so capably responding to the questioning.Well done to you all.
The students took it in turns to work on the stand at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show.
1,000’s of visitors asked questions and the future designers chatted confidently about their projects and future career plans.Some even accepted very exciting commissions whilst working on the show!
The image above is of one of the many press who came to record and write about our work
It was so very enjoyable for both students and staff to exhibit and design at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show during July 2017
The 1st, 2nd and 3rd years took the opportunity to talk about their design work and explain the creative process to the 1,000’s of people who visited our stand.
The weather was glorious and it seemed everyone was dressed in their best summer attire, drinking Pimms and enjoying the holiday mood.
We made some wonderful contacts and have, since our return, firmed up jobs, commissions and projects.
We had the most wonderfully successful time at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show, July 2017……and the weather could not have been more glorious.
While we were showing work, painting and drawing, inside the marquee, Woodhouse and Law worked their magic outside in the three glasshouses
See their write up here
Working with and supplying beautiful props, and carefully selected garden adornments, the team skilfully arranged the student’s textile products inside the glasshouses to create three individual settings of great charm and appeal.
Thank you Woodhouse and Law for your commitment, enthusiasm and extensive knowledge; attributes that you are so willing to share.Thank you.
Here’s a LINK too to the marvellous glasshouses
This years graduate Odette Smaldon is wasting no time getting her work out there.
Beautiful work Odette. Congratulations on a fabulous show.
Please visit here to help her on her way.
See previous winners
We are so excited for our current 2nd year students on Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors.
Their application to have a chalet at Bath Christmas Market has been successful.
The fledgling designers will be able to sell their beautiful products in December 2017.
It is a wonderful atmosphere and the student’s manning the stand will gain experience in promoting and talking about their work.
Come and see us See the market here
9 times Gold Medal winner at the RHS Paul Hervey-Brookes tweets about the work from students on Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors, at Bath School of Art and Design.
We are delighted you enjoyed it Paul. Thank you.