The Embroiderers’ Guild Exhibition – Broughton Castle 1 May 2016 – 3 July 2016

The Embroiderers’ Guild 

Landscapes and Gardens 2016

Exhibition on every open day (see visiting page) at Broughton Castle 1 May 2016 – 3 July 2016 

The Embroiderers’ Guild is delighted to be holding the largest exhibition across the country it has ever produced. Originally conceived to be part of the 300th anniversary of the birth of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown the Guild extended its search for venues across the country with beautiful landscapes and gardens to delight the eye. We are thrilled that there are now 43 venues that will showcase the work of our members.

 

Using the landscapes and gardens of Broughton Castle as their inspiration for this exciting project, members have interpreted them with fabric and thread to produce unique pieces of work.

 

The Guild welcomes everyone with an interest in any area of embroidery and we are proud to be recognised as a voice for raising the profile of textile and stitched art. Members of all ages around the country are involved at whatever level they choose in meeting regularly to listen to speakers, attend workshops, learn new skills or build on existing ones, and participate in local, regional and national projects. You can participate in any area of interest at any level, whether learning to stitch or build your skills, a professional artist, or someone who simply appreciates fabric and thread.

 

We would be delighted to welcome you as an individual or branch member. Visit embroiderersguild.com to find out more

 

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