This coming weekend is the start of Gallery Fifty Five’s winter exhibition. I’ll be there along with some of the other featured artists on Saturday 7th November from 11 – 1pm, so please pop in, if you’re in the area, would be lovely to see you! Their address is Gallery FiftyFive, High Street, Hartley Wintney, RG27 8NY

A selection of both my paper dresses and jelly pictures will be in the exhibition, which runs until the end of January 2016. However if you can’t make it, check out my website instead. I’ve spent the past week giving it a major overhaul and updating it with lots of images of my recent work.

Paper dresses and jelly pictures

Paper dresses and jelly pictures.

In other news I recently took part in Access Art’s Share a Bird project. AccessArt is a UK charity which aims to inspire and enable through the sharing of good practice. For the Share a Bird project, artists were invited to create a bird in any medium of their choice. These birds were then collated and sent out to primary schools across the UK to help inspire a new generation of artists. My freehand machine embroidered bird Colin has made his way to a primary school in Hove.

Access Art Share a Bird - Nervous Colin

Nervous Colin – a free hand machine embroidered drawing for Access Art’s Share a Bird project.

I also submitted work for a second year running to the A Letter in Mind exhibition, and am delighted to report that my envelope was snapped up at the private view, raising another £80 for the charity.

A Letter in Mind 2015

My envelope submitted as part of A Letter in Mind 2015.

And finally you can now follow me on Facebook and Instagram, if you want to be kept up to date with what I’m up to, on a slightly more regular basis!

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2 thoughts on “Upcoming Exhibition at Gallery FiftyFive

  1. Vicky

    Wow beautiful makes, you are multi talented! I love your free machine embroidery bird. I’ve just started dabbling with this technique myself – great fun 🙂

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    1. LucyDorothy Post author

      Thanks very much Vicky! Yes love a bit of free machine embroidery, been trying to branch out with a bit more of a thread sketching style recently. Think I spied some of your free machine embroidery work on your etsy store, looked fab!

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