Elizabeth Sharrock- Talk -
'Working with Maps & Found Text'-
Elizabeth originally trained as a textile artist but now thinks of herself more as a mixed media artist with a passion for making books.
She makes a wide variety of books, some of which are blank notebooks or sketchbooks, some are folded blank books that are intended to display photos or maybe calligraphy or small paintings.
Elizabeth's current obsession is with artists' books made from recycled Ordnance Survey maps. These allow her to explore many different folded structures. Some of them are extremely tactile and move in your hands almost as if they are alive.
This will be followed by a Workshop with Elizabeth on 23rd March. For those interested in Book structures – contact Sue our Programme secretary.
MONTHLY COLOUR RAFFLE – BROWN
based on the Nursery Rhyme – Hickory, Dickory, Dare (not one I have ever heard of!).
The nearest interesting and rhyming picture I could find was a HARE but I’m sure we all know what shades of brown there are!!