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
We’re showing work this year at RHS Hampton Court and we are so busy selecting the work to be hot housed in the glasshouses.
We are being helped in selection by Woodhouse and Law, alongside Lewis and Wood and Santander. All three are kindly sponsoring us
Each year will have their own glasshouse.
So that means three marvellous displays
On our main stand we will be showing drops of floral wallpaper and fabric lengths.
Designers will be in situ showing you the process of design through to finish.
Come and join us.
We look forward to welcoming you onto our stand.
The shiftWorks exhibition has come home to Bath! Visit the gallery at Bath School of Art & Design, Sion Hill, Bath Spa University until 5 May to see the collection of shift dresses on display. Open daily 10am-5pm, free to attend.
The first year textile students at Bath Spa University have created their own shift dress to be added to the exhibition. Made of grey wool squares and white embroidery this collaborative piece will be first displayed at the Sion Hill show.
The next stop for shiftWorks will be Columbia College, Chicago where the exhibition will be on display 9-27 October. We were successful in achieving Global Academy of Liberal Arts (GALA) Outreach funding to make the Chicago exhibition possible.
Work in progress.
Tanya Fryer is a topographical painter and textile artist. Her piece ‘Winter falling over the river Thames’ is a translation onto fabric of her yearlong study of the Thames as seen from Southbank, using screen print and hand embroidery.
Read the background here
SCP Press Release to print (1)
Well not quite but it is the end of this assignment for the second years!
Product ready for sales
Third year Student Amelia Anderson is the nationwide winner of the Silk Bureau’s 2017 print competition
Very many congratulations.
Today Amelia, Amanda the course leader and Imelda, a senior lecturer, were treated to an illuminating day at the print studio and on the factory floor.
We were made to feel most welcome and Amelia seeing her design printed was the icing on the cake.
Thank you Silk Bureau,we enjoyed every minute of your hospitality.
We continue to work with industry to broaden the student experience.
Yesterday was no exception.
Work presented showed the depth and breadth of the wonderful textiles produced by the 3rd year TEXTILE DESIGN FOR FASHION AND INTERIORS STUDENTS
Here is a taste of the work that will be on show here, at Bath School of Art and Design, at beginning of June and again at New Designers at the end of June
A glorious print from Chloe Bostridge in Top Shop.
Chloe as a student here
Busily working on their next show are alumni Chloe, Annie and Rhian.
I just know it will be amazing.Can’t wait to see it on the 11th.
‘Botanicals’ at Malthouse Kitchen Bar Presented by SIT select
‘Botanicals’ at Malthouse Kitchen Bar
Three textile graduates from Bath Spa University Textile Design will exhibit hand painted and printed cloth and wallpapers. All three have set up their own interior businesses after leaving University and SIT select celebrates their talent and innovation.
Exhibiting are Rhian Beynon exhibiting hand painted and printed cloth and wallpapers with Chloe Gregory and Annie James who are also showing hand painted and printed cloth.
Chloe Gregory graduated in 2015 and is now setting up a business with Annie James designing and screenprinting unique interior textiles and wallpapers. They welcome enquiries for new commissions.
Rhian Beynon graduated in 2016 and also is open to commissions and to discuss new designs.
All three create inspiring original designs and SIT select wishes them every success in their careers.
The work is presented by SIT select http://www.sitselect.org http://www.sitblog.co.uk
Opens 11 October and closes 28 November 2016
Free admission – Malthouse Kitchen Bar at Salmon Springs, Stroud GL6 6NU
Designer contact details: email@example.com Chloegregory92@hotmail.com Rhianbeynonn@hotmail.co.uk