Diary

We have a great new programme for 2019. 

 

New speakers - New Workshops 

 

      Hand Stitching Class

6:15pm-7:15pm for beginners and improvers - before the evening meeting starts £3 a session

         

 

 

    Tuesday 9th July 

Terry Donaldson - Quilt Artist and Teacher

 

No meeting in August 

 

10th September 

Diana Phillips who will be speaking about Beryl Dean 

Beryl Dean's most notable works included five large panels for St George's Chapel, Windsor, which were made between 1969 and 1974. In 1977 she designed the Silver Jubilee mitre, stole and cope for the Bishop of London.

 

8th October 

AGM and Folios from the Guild Collection 

 

8th November

Alysn Midgelow-Marsden

Meeting With Metals

 

9th November 2019 Great new workshop with Alysn Midgelow -Marsden

Stitch a Metal Panel in a Day

Full

 

 

For more information please contact 

membership@wmeg.co.uk

                                              

 

Wendy LLoyd  was our speaker  on

9th October 2018 - 

Wendy is a mixed media artist and teacher working in Newbury, West Berkshire. Although I spent most of my working life in retail buying, I have been involved in art and textiles from childhood and over the last few years this has become an all-absorbing obsession.

I use a wide range of mixed media and textile techniques including print, collage, painting, stitch, distressing and feltmaking. My work is inspired by the landscapes of the Middle East, West Berkshire where I live and the Lake District where I was born. Recent work has focused on sources as various as trees, life drawings of hands and abstracted views from above including water, earth from space and pavements.

 

Carol Waddle - Art on the Rocks 

 

10th July Meeting   7:30 to 9.00pm

I love landscapes and mountainous regions and having hiked extensively in the UK and the National Parks of SW America and discovered the Rock Art and artefacts of the people who once inhabited the canyons, I have a wealth of imagery upon which to draw for my work. Photography is usually my starting point, then drawing from which to develop ideas for my work which ranges from felted hangings, experimental tapestry weaving, hand/machine stitching to beading and wire-work.  I often combine different techniques/media to create sculptural 3D pieces or as a textural base to stitch into. 

Also we have our 2nd Hand stitch workshop from 6:15 to 7:15pm  see our home page for details.

 

June 12th

Caroline Bell -   Eco Printing 

 

Caroline is a Textile Artist whose work focuces on sustainability, often using locally sourced, second hand and upcycled fabrics. She is inspired by the natural world and where possible uses natural dyes, mordants and mark making materials.  

Caroline studied Stitched Textiles at Eastleigh College and is a licentiate member of the Society of Designer Craftsmen.

 

Your First visit FREE (quote wmeg)

 

Meeting at 7:30 Soltau  Centre , St James the Less, Henley Road  Stubbings SL6 6QW
 

 

We hold a variety of events throughout the year including monthly meetings, workshops and exhibtions. (See details left)

 

Monthly Meetings are held at the St James- The-Less Stubbings Henley Road Maidenhead SL6  6QW 

7:30- 9:30 on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. 

 

In 2018 we are celebrating our 40th Anniversary and privilaged to be holding the SE Regional day - details to follow. 

 

Please note that in some cases, where the speaker/tutor has far to travel, the regular evening meeting on the second Tuesday of the month may be moved to the following Friday in order to follow it up with a Saturday School the next day.

 

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0ur next workshop- 2nd June 2018

 

Painting the Town - Anne Hellyer 

 

Sorry the workshop has sold out 

 

 

I love paint and I love textiles and I combine the two in my work.  

 

I hand paint all the fabric I use and then print the finer details, and embellish with machine stitch. Each piece is individually designed,

 

I create work that is flexible - able to change location as the mood takes you!

 

To that end each piece is self supporting. They do not require frames - can be either free standing or wall mounted - manipulated into a shape or hung "flat. 

 

http://www.paintingthetown.org.uk/

 

GET INVOLVED!

Find out how to get involved - see our current programme & courses on our Diary Pages or contact our membership secretary.

NEWS

Next Meeting:

Friday 8th Nov 2019

Hand Stitching class   

Our Speaker is

Alysn Midgelow-Marsden

We meet  at the Soltau Centre , St James- The-Less Stubbings Henley Road Maidenhead SL6  6QW

First visit Free (quote wmeg)

Guests £6 Guild Members £5

includes light refreshments 

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Dont forget out Hand Stitch class . Every month before our meeting 6:15 tp 7:15 

£3  per session 

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