This exhibition is running until Jan 2017.
"The exhibited collection will display six themed garment panels – reflecting themes from rebellion and resistance to family and domestic life – each consisting of three items of clothing created by Conneely. The panels are inspired by the various roles played by women during this war-time period: as rebels; spies; uniform makers; nurses; messengers; symbols of old Ireland; and revolution directors. Alison’s vision is of a ‘tapestry of values’, and she has used fabrics that evoke both rebellion and modernity, with an ultimate dream of evoking a new myth that is both complex and clean cut."
Me and my friend have been attended the Weaving Workshops where we created small pieces of weaving art .
Here is my finish piece of weaving which in the picture below is 3d from up . My idea was to present the bloody dripping days of 1916.
The exhibition is very interesting
Very happy to be part of this project too.
Happy crafting all
Beautiful weaving. I think your piece is a good depiction of the event. The frayed red yarn is perfect.ReplyDelete