hope some of you can pop in and see our work
hope some of you can pop in and see our work
Missing Elements, our newest exhibition will be showing at the three Knitting and Stitching Shows this Autumn 2018…
11-14 October Alexandra Palace
8-11 November Dublin
22-25 November Harrogate
Please do pop into our galleries and say hello, we would love to see you
Room6 have two venues already in 2018 for their work to be seen …
Seven Deadly Sins and More… will be shown throughout April at the Ashcroft Arts Centre in Fareham… this is work that has been developed from the Seven deadly Sins that we showed at the Hampshire Open studios in August .
Room6 will again be at the Granary in Owslebury for the Hampshire Open Studios during the last two weeks of August
The group is currently working on a new exhibition called ‘Missing Elements’ which we hope to launch this year, we are currently negotiating our venues, so we will announce the tour for this exhibition shortly… watch this space!
Room 6 is presenting the ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ and much more at Hampshire Open Studios this week. we have had a lively weekend with lots of lovely visitors who have enjoyed (and bought) our work as well as sitting chatting with cups of tea and coffee and lots of lovely cake which is all home cooked although not at this home … the Room 6 members are good cake bakers….
We have been closed today and tomorrow because history tells us that we usually get fewer visitors in mid-week … but we will re-open on Thursday right through until the end of bank holiday Monday… the cake tins will be re-freshed and various members of the group will be here to greet you all… see you here from 10-5 Thursday til Monday
Room6 will go forward in 2017 with two new members so we are now a group of 7 artists, we will be at the Granary in Owslebury for Hampshire Open Studios. We will present ‘The Seven Deadly Sins’, a group collaboration and there will be lots of work to see and for sale. Please come and meet the artists throughout the event.. of course there will be tea/coffee and lots of cake …
We are also now working on our next exhibition and currently investigating possible venues to show it ….watch this space
The next closing date for applications is 28th November 2016
Room 6 is a well-established group of textile artists that have come together, originally connected to the Foundation Degree in Stitched Textiles at Eastleigh College, to challenge and support its members and to provide regular opportunity for exhibiting at a professional level.
Members meet every two months on Mondays at the Granary Studio, Owslebury, Hampshire for an administrative meeting and mentoring sessions that could include work in progress sessions or group crits. Applicants should be willing to attend meetings regularly.
There is a membership fee of £5 per meeting to cover administration costs and hanging fee to cover costs for exhibitions, this might vary according to the exhibition venue costs.
The Application Process
Membership is open to anyone working in the medium of textiles. Applicants should be able to show a strong personal style, have exceptional skill in making and excellent knowledge of their chosen materials.
Applicants should contact the secretary consuelo simpson, firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form, and should be prepared to send a CD of up to 8 images of their current work, a CV and a personal statement of approximately 300 words. Images may also be sent via Dropbox or WeTransfer. The group will meet to consider the applications and invite potentially successful applicants to present their work on Monday 12th December, a decision will be made within 28 days and it will be final.
Well we have closed the doors on 2016 Hampshire Open Studios.. it has been an excellent ten days and we are planning to do it all again next year ….. here are a few pics from the Granary venue in Owslebury
Caroline demonstrating her Eco Printing techniques
We all love a wedding .. so, we all trouped out to watch the bride ….not the most flattering Pic taken by Viv Arthur who arrived with Jane as a surprise….
Lynn Onions was demonstrating hand quilting and Alison Hulme was demonstrating free machining and Consuelo Simpson was demonstrating tapestry weaving on a great frame .. .sadly I didnt think to get any pictures … I was intermittently demonstrating drawing wth the sewing machine.. lots of tea and coffee drunk, loads of cake and cookies eaten and good sales for our work … see you all at the |granary in Owslebury opposite the church next year … same time same place…. meanwhile we are working on our next exhibition… watch this space