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Seasons in Silver &Thread
An exhibition of textile art and jewellery inspired by the seasons at Newark Park by
Rosemary Cochrane, Liz Hewitt, & Louise Watson
Newark Park, Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge. Glos. GL12 7PZ
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/newark-park Tel: 01453 842644
Open 11am – 5pm
Normal Admission charges apply. National Trust members free admission
No disabled access to gallery.
Meet the Makers every Sunday.
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Press release for “Seasons in Silver and Thread” March 2018
When Louise Watson, Liz Hewitt and Rosemary Cochrane were invited to exhibit together at the National Trust property, Newark Park, Ozleworth near Wotton- under-edge in the Cotswolds, they decided on a theme which would bring together their shared love of the natural world. With the title “Seasons in Silver and Thread”, these talented makers have created an exhibition that reflects the colours, textures and forms which celebrate each season. Meeting regularly throughout the year to watch and record the changing landscape, they have drawn on the wealth of inspiration found at Newark Park, as well as exploring the year round changes in their own home and holiday environments.
Rosemary Cochrane has used both literal and abstracted interpretations, with a hint of Art Nouveau, to produce her silver necklaces, pendants and earrings.
Using her varied skills in hand stitching, machine embroidery and mixed media, Louise Watson evokes the essence of each season with colour, pattern and texture.
Liz Hewitt’s pieces celebrate the beauty of each season using vintage linens with delicate hand stitch, patched and pieced together. In addition she honours the women of the suffragette movement with pin cushion hearts.
The resulting work of textiles, embroideries and silver jewellery explore all that the shifting seasons have to offer. From their sketches and photographs the individual creative talents of the embroiderer, textile artist and jeweller have created an exciting and intriguing display of work. The National Trust’s theme for 2018, marking the centenary of the first acts of women’s suffrage, is also the inspiration for some of the work in this exhibition.