Bev’s textile work uses stitch to make marks and her sewing machine is an integral part of her life. She is influenced by Art Nouveau and Pop Art. She takes her inspiration from nature and uses unusual materials to create effects. She likes to use recycled materials to minimialise the impact on the environment. She is currently studying for a BA in textiles with the Open College of the Arts.
Her interest in textile art was reignited after attending a DAD workshop at Dover Museum. I was invited to participate in Clare’s “Stitched Time” collaboration, and have been encouraged by DAD to develop my textile art. My gratitude goes to Clare and Joanna.
- It’s not ‘us and them’ but ‘us all’
- Lancashire hotpot
- Plates …
- Childhood food memories
- Sourcing and preparing food is a creative process
- Lobster, Dutch Apple Tart, Frankfurters….
- Don’t forget the mustard
- A Mediterranean plate
- DAD RADIO # 3 | Kearsney Interpreted Pt. 1
- Dover’s Big Draw 2020
- Art in the Park – Kearsney Interpreted Artists Films
- Park Bench Video Preview
- Park bench poets and artists in the Kearsney parks on August 8th
- The Park Bench Project
- Bunting for the Kearsney Parks