Hampshire Open Studios

All set up and ready to go … do come and meet Room 6 and their work for sale as part of Hampshire Open Studios…NUMBER 107 IN THE BOOK

We are at The Granary, Owslebury Farm, Main Road, Owslebury, SO21 1LU

This is located opposite the church right in the middle of Owslebury, if it ever stops raining today, there will be bunting along our front hedge… you can park in the drive (three cars) and on the street…the main studio is accessible for wheelchairs, but two steps up for the rest of the display, and the loo.

OPENING HOURS ….. 20, 21, 22 August, 10am – 5pm    AND  25 – 29 August 10am – 5pm

Please note we are closed on the middle Tuesday and Wednesday

All of us have work on sale, we are also demonstrating our methods, and there is a second hand book sale….

There is tea, coffee and cake …and lots of friendly faces

Hope you can pop by… see you there!

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We Have done it!

We have shown our first exhibition as Room6 at the ‘Fashion, Embroidery and Stitch’ show organised by ICHF and held at the NEC in Birmingham 17-20 March 2016.

It was a huge success and will now travel to the ArtVanGo gallery in Knebworth for most of July, opening on 4th July.  If anyone would like to have our ‘6 Shades of Grey’ exhibition at their venue, please do contact any one of us and let us know. Meanwhile we are starting to plan our next body of work for exhibition…

Here are some images from the show at the NEC which was really well received

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6 Shades of Grey ready to go!

The ICHF show ‘Fashion, Embroidery and Stitch’ show starts on Thursday 17th March until Sunday 20 March this week … The group is having its first exhibition together at this show titled ‘6 Shades of Grey’. exciting times… for more informtion please visit http://www.fashionembroidery.co.uk

 

 

Here is a glimpse into the exhibition, please do come along and say hello to whichever of us are stewarding, we would love to meet you.

If anyone out there would like us to travel this exhibition to your venue then please, either contact one of us

Hope to see you there!

It’s Harrogate time!

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It’s time for one of my favourite shows of the year, it’s the Knitting and Stitching show which has now moved onto Harrogate and spells the last show of the year for me.

Four of the six members of Room 6 will be attending this show …. Caroline Bell, Alison Hulme and myself will be performing on the Artist in Action stand for Art Van Go, throughout the weekend, and Helen Sill will be on the Embroiderer’s Guild graduate showcase stand talking to all visitors. The show starts next Thursday and runs through to Sunday evening at 17.00 at the Conference Centre at the bottom of town… The shops in Harrogate itself will be wonderful as it is now the approach to Christmas, and tea at Betty’s is always a pleasure, not least their Fat Rascals!

Do pop by and see what we are up to, see you there

Open studios in Full Swing!

Three days of open studios have rushed past already … lots of lovely visitors who have been very enthusiastic… lots of tea and coffee has been drunk ….and cake consumed. we are open on thu, fri, sat, sun and monday so please do pop in and see us..

thurs fri and sat will see Caroline demonstrating her alchemy…

Susan will be printing more panels for her upcoming exhibitions, Lynn will be stitching and Consuelo will be wrapping… there’s lots to see, and lots to buy …. come and meet the room6 girls and see the teaching space at the Granary Studio

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Room 6 can be seen at these upcoming exhibitions

Room 6 are busy working towards a couple of exhibitions this year

Jul 2, 3 4 2015      Room 6 along with other graduates of Eastleigh College Foundation Degree Stitched Textiles will be showing their new work at the Desborough Road campus of Eastleigh College in the school of Visual Arts along with the end of year show for all the adult part time creative courses.

October 2015     Room 6 along with other graduates of Eastleigh College Foundation Degree Stitched Textiles will be showing a body of work to fill Romsey Abbey in celebration of St Ethelfleeda’s Festival for the whole month of October. She is the Patron Saint of women in the arts.

The group is now researching possible exhibition venues to create a new body of work that will travel to several different galleries, exciting times