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Archive for April 26th, 2016

Bra- Drona at Cardrona, New Zealand

Bra- Drona at Cardrona, New Zealand

on a day when we have had sun,hail,snow and sun ….Vest is not a sexy word nor can its name be spake in this garden !

A lacey slip of a thing it could be considered a wonder garment of warmth and subtlety but the fact is we are looking for something a little more robust . We are searching for a solution to the age old problem of the gap of winter colly wobbles created when you bend and stretch and today we need something of strength and purpose to breach the gap between trouser top and achingly exposed back acreage.What will it be ? The Damart dance of destiny ? a sneaky peak through the small ads of shame and nicker pink thermolactyls ? what  to do as the prairie winds blow coolly this springtide?

 

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Our Group of artists in Residence this year is a very talented group of textile artists and designers- Ali Rabjohns, Vicky Mappin, Susan D’Souza, Sandra Ventris and Bridget Honour.

Their major exhibition will be showing with us from 1st June to 16th October 2016 and the group will be leading some marvellous and inspirational workshops during the course of their time with us .

Focus on -Sandra Ventris

Sandra 1-2Sandra Ventris began her creative training at Brighton Art School on Foundation Year and then studied Fine Art BA Hons at Sheffield School of art .
Her involvement with theatre began at Sheffield Crucible , a 6 month tour as Wardrobe Mistress –adding tailoring and cutting to her skills she worked as a Theatrical tailor for various Opera and Costume houses in London and Sussex.
Sandra has been involved in many fringe production in a variety of roles performing , directing and designing .
In 2005 she took up a place on the Motley theatre design course in Drury Lane as a postgraduate student
SandraventrisimageThe opportunity to work with textiles to bring the threads of my skills into play with making and celebrating FELT in the fantastic environment of Sussex Prairie Gardens is a wonderful opportunity

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