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May 7, 2012
The 2nd edition of the popular Dyeing and Screen-Printing on Textiles has recently been published by A & C Black. Fully revised and updated, and essential reading for both students and practitioners, this comprehensive guide covers all the key processes used in creating dyed and screen-printed fabrics using a range of synthetic dyes. Technical information is presented with clarity and step-by-step instructions are accompanied by new and inspiring images of works by practitioners from around the world.
How to order:
Dyeing and Screen-Printing on Textiles is widely available from booksellers and retails at £19.99. It may be ordered direct from A & C Black, who have an offer price of £15.99 until 31st December 2012; download A & C Black-order form
Alternatively, if you would like a signed copy, it may be ordered direct from the author for £15.99 including postage and packing; please download Dyeing and Screen-Printing on Textiles-order form
Preview ‘Dyeing and Screen-Printing on Textiles’
March 23, 2012
‘Journeys’ features the work of fifteen artists across a range of media, all exploring the role of the journey in its broadest sense.
In her current ongoing series, ‘Perpetual Mapping’, Joanna explores the idea of ‘plotted routes’ that link place and time. Examining ideas of boundaries, junctions and intersections, where one thing may start, end, or overlap another, these pieces aim to document the internal mapping of thoughts, as well as external paths taken.
Joanna will be showing two textile wall pieces and a work on paper, which aims to plot the creative process as it unfolds.
‘Journeys’ opens 24th March and runs until 5th May 2012.
February 9, 2012
‘A Thread Runs Through It’ is a series of three large-scale works commissioned for a new health centre in Airdrie, Scotland and is part of a wider scheme involving illustrators, graphic designers and sculptors. The abstract compositions on linen draw on Airdrie’s past, reflecting aspects of paper-making, iron-casting, linen weaving and astronomy. Talks and workshops with local community groups will take place as part of the project. The textiles will be situated in the entrance and reception areas of the health centre, due to open to the public in June 2012.
December 6, 2011
As I am currently working on a public commission, the first 5-day course of 2012 will be in the Spring; dates to be confirmed. If you would like to participate in the coming months, please get in touch.
More details here
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September 20, 2011
Joanna is taking part in ‘The Joy of Food’, a new exhibition opening at the Lund Gallery, Easingwold, North Yorkshire. Featuring work by over thirty artists in a variety of media, she will be showing her large-scale wallhangings on wool and linen, as well as examples from her three ranges of hand-printed table linen, which have a culinary theme.
The preview takes place on Sunday 25th September from 2-4pm; download invitation here:
The Joy of Food preview invite
For further details and opening times, please visit www.lundgallery.co.uk