I am taking part in this art fair in Horsham this weekend. This is an example of my work.
Two of my mountain themed quilts on show at Lullingstone Castle.
An exhibition on the theme of the Holy Spirit, here at Worcester Cathedral until 20th June, which I have two quilts in.
At the same time as I am showing in a group show in Worcester Cathedral, I am here taking part in the Horsham art trail. Here I am with my quilts in a school near me.
I am taking part in this in June 2019.
I am taking part in Horsham Artists Open Studios art trail on 8/9th and 15/16th June. See flyer below. Excited!
I’m holding a summer sale of my work in my shop on Etsy.com. 50% off all wall hangings! Starts tomorrow, 6th July. Find me on Etsy as Myvisionshared, or Vicky Glyn.
I am just begininng of a range of exciting new wall hangings in rainbow colours and with clean modern lines and shapes. The quilts above which I did a while back were a springboard for the new rainbow colour scheme, but now I am working using cleaner shapes and designs with more white space.
Watch this space for previews of my new range as I go along…….
I am also turning this page into news of my latest work, art and life (which are all connected), rather than the sort of blog posts I was doing previously, which were more contemplative writings about life and spirituality based on a single work of mine each tme.
This title is from the Bible, Isaiah Chapter 45 verse 3, where God says: “I will give you the treasures of darkness and riches hidden in secret places.” When thing seem really bad, in the middle of the night, or when we are going through a really dark patch in our lives, God is still there. if we can somehow manage to turn our thoughts to him in these bad times, he will show us glimmers of hope, shining aspects of himself, teach us amazing lessons about life, ourselves, Him, which we wouldn’t have learnt in our normal happy life.
I’ve been in some dark places in my life. Even now, I can fall back down there quite quickly. But now I have a reminder system for these times, to remember God and that there are treasures to be found even in darkness.
This quilt has many different black fabrics in it, also cobwebs. But it also has lots of gold and silver, shining glints of diamonds and other precious gems, rings, etc. A mixture of finding treasure down in the cellar, or gems down a mine. The design is deliberately complex and mysterious, as these moments of darkness are often a bit of a confused time. Not exactly a work one would want to have in the living room, but for me it is all part of the complex business of life, the dark side and the colourful side.
I’ve just shown this quilt in a group show of the Christian Arts Society, in Worcester Cathedral. The show was a success, and I was thrilled to be showing in a big cathedral.