‘Linen Time’

WHEN

04/10/2018 – 27/10/2018

 

WHERE

Flax Gallery, Museum at the Mill, Carnmoney Road, Newtownabbey, BT36 5QA

t: 028 9448 1338

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About

Emma explores the journeys we take through space. Using found and recycled objects she reanimates them by creating mixed media embroideries that invite the viewer to imagine the journey our material possessions take once we’ve thrown them away.

Hand stitched in silk on Irish Linen produced in Northern Ireland at Flax Mill Textiles, Dungiven. These embroideries are created using merino fibre and recycled elements including; acrylic, yarn, velvet, beads, metal, glass, paper, circuit boards & watch movements.

One thought on “‘Linen Time’

  1. Emma’s insect-like creations are sparkling, climbing over maps and images of the globe. Are the creatures spinning webs on the fabrics we have spun? Is it about creativity, or perhaps about spending time to return broken and discarded things to “life”? I liked the show a lot.

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