Three textile graduates from Bath Spa University Textile Design will exhibit hand painted and printed cloth and wallpapers. All three have set up their own interior businesses after leaving University and SIT select celebrates their talent and innovation.
Exhibiting with Rhian Beynon and Chloe Gregory is Bath Spa Graduate 2015 Annie James who is showing hand painted cloth. Bath Spa University Graduate Chloe Gregory will be exhibiting her hand printed textiles and wallpapers . Chloe graduated in 2015 and is now setting up a business with Annie James designing and printing unique interior textiles and wallpapers.
Join us for a weekend where artists / designer makers open their studios and arrange exhibitions of their work this Christmas. Come to look, enjoy and wander the Stroud Valleys and buy handmade craft.
Stroud and the surrounding area is rich in creative talent and the Select Trail provides a wonderful opportunity to explore the glorious valleys and countryside as well and meet the makers and see the work they create. It is a wonderful way to buy and own a piece of original handmade work lovingly designed and made.
Showing at Wetpaint Gallery 1 September – 1 October
Su Trindle is an independent jewellery designer and silversmith living in Bath, in the west of England. Su works predominantly in silver and resin. Her jewellery designs are bold, colourful and geometric with strong linear elements. A recurring source of inspiration are the abstract works of early 20th century sculptors and designers. Su studied Craft and Jewellery Design at Bath City College. She is a Member of the Association for Contemporary Jewellery and the Gloucester Guild of Craftsmen.
Date: September 6th – October 29th
Venue: meme cafe bar,George Street Stroud GL5 3DY
‘’I want to describe a response to my immediate environment, either rural or urban and, sometimes, my travels further afield. My excitement with colour, form, line and texture gives me an intuitive language to express this dialogue. Often it is perverse; the town can be tranquil, calm, reassuring while the countryside can be edgy, challenging or insecure’’