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Seven regional artists join together as part of a new exhibition, Tactile Fusion. The exhibition is the first of an exciting programme for the Heseltine Gallery at Chenderit School for 2020.
Drawing on traditional and contemporary textile methods and displaying works from artists who use a range of mixed media, Tactile Fusion will wow visitors with its eclectic mix of styles.
Artists featured in the exhibition are Abigail Bury, who uses hand processes to create fabric designs for interiors; Charlotte Relf, a recent graduate from Birmingham City University, who has an interest in embroidery and constructed textiles; Linda Westerman whose work reflects her interest in history and archaeology and is interpreted through hand stitched embroidery and mixed media; Lis Mann, who produces work that is influenced by her own life experiences; Bev James takes an interest in eco printing and felt making; Stella Benford, who uses a diverse range of materials including ceramics and metalwork to produce intriguing sculptural structures is paired with Annabel Goodwin, also a ceramicist who has a raw, natural quality to her work and has a love for the human form, nature and organic structures.
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The Heseltine Gallery is at the end of Archery Road (brown sign at the junction) at Chenderit School, Middleton Cheney OX17 2QR. Parking in school car park is easy at weekends and after 3pm on weekdays; on-street parking in Archery Rd. Entrance via school Reception. Café nearby in the village (Butler's Pantry). Regret no disabled toilet facilities on site, otherwise access is OK for mobility-impaired. Venue phone number (8.30am to 4pm) 01295 711567. www.theheseltinegallery.org.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org