Stiletto Sock

Wednesday, 3 December 2008

A piece of work I made 10 years ago. Now thinking about sock stories ( I remembered it.

X goes to Germany

Friday, 21 November 2008

Dear artist,

We are very glad to inform you, that the Minitextile exhibition "X" will be
on display in Germany 24.01. - 15.03.2009.

The exhibition in Bratislava had a great succes, we prolonged the duration
until September 20th. Many thanks for your participation!

For more informations you also can contact Mrs. Eva Kuehnert, Wasserschloss
Klaffenbach , Wasserschlossweg 6, D - 09123 Chemnitz, or to look at the
Eva Kühnert, Veranstaltungsleiterin, Tel.: +49 371 26635-25, +49 172 378
512, Fax: +49 371 26635-23



Last stop for 'Threads unite Women'

Thursday, 6 November 2008

The long journey of 'Threads unite Women' has finally come to an end. The last exhibition took place in Almonaster/Huelva in Southern Spain. One day I hope to be able to live again in the South of Spain where I spent seven years of what seems by now almost another life.

English Summer

Tuesday, 29 July 2008

"Threads Unite Women" on ebay

Sunday, 8 June 2008

Textile work auctioned for the German-Afghan Intitiative

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10th Textile Miniature Exhibition - Galeria X, Bratislava

Preview 25.6.2008, 6pm

Open 26 June to 31 August 2008. Mo - Sat 2 - 6pm

My three entries:

'Does he love me?'
'Control Issues'

Textiles for Peace - Workshop in Oxford

Thursday, 10 April 2008

Textile workshop with artist Solveigh Goett
13 Apr 2008

This workshop will launch a new pilot project for the multicultural community textile group, Textiles for Peace. They plan to create a large, life size fabric book. The theme will be the story and journeys of each of our lives and of our families. Each person will create their own page . This will be a chronicle of all sorts of aspects of our lives including a history of what is worn in different cultures. Solveigh Goett will help with the development of ideas and the techniques needed. 11am-4pm. £15 fee. Not suitable for young children.

11:00 - 16:00
One day only

Fusion, East Oxford Community Centre
Princes Street

Event contact details
Telephone: 01865 245178 01865 763479

£15 one off fee but free to members

Age restrictions
All ages except not suitable for young children

Oxford Mail

For more information on Textiles for Peace, go to

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Get in Touch -Tactile Art at Eastbourne Blind Society Part 4: More Visitors

Friday, 28 March 2008

Get in Touch -Tactile Art at Eastbourne Blind Society Part 3: Work and Visitors

Get in Touch -Tactile Art at Eastbourne Blind Society Part 2: The Opening

Pictures from the Exhibition: Get in Touch - Tactile Art at Eastbourne Blind Society Part 1: Preparation

Threads Unite Women

Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Get in Touch: Tactile Art at Eastbourne Blind Society

Wednesday, 5 March 2008

Press Release

Eastbourne Blind Society are holding their first art exhibition as part of Eastbourne Festival from Saturday 15 March to Monday 17 March at their centre in 124 – 142 Longstone Road.

This exciting new event will showcase an array of art and craft work by members of the society alongside tactile art especially created for the occasion by guest artists Judith Alder, Sarah-Faye Brett, Jean Hoad, Maureen Pelling, Grace Powell and Irene Runayker.

“We are dedicated to promoting inclusive art,” Deirdre Dean, administrator of Eastbourne Blind Society, explains, “art that is accessible to visually impaired people and exploring art through the sense of touch. It is very exciting for us to be taking part in the Eastbourne Festival this year.”

“Through the enthusiasm and commitment of Solveigh Goett, Betty Burge and a dedicated team of volunteer helpers, we encourage blind and visually impaired people to experiment with various forms of art and craft. Despite loss of vision they are creating beautiful work. The art and craft afternoons are an opportunity to be creative and social and are immensely beneficial to many who have lost their confidence or become isolated through their sight loss.”

The three-day exhibition will end with a talk by artist and researcher Solveigh Goett, University of East London, who has led the art and craft workshop since November 2006 and has a special interest in the role of the senses in making and experiencing art.

The exhibition will be open on Saturday 15 March 2008 2 – 6 pm, Sunday 16 March 2008 11am – 4pm, Monday 17 March 10am – 4pm. The talk ‘Not Just For The Eyes: Art and the Senses’ takes place on Monday 17 March at 2.30pm. Admission is free, but spaces are limited, so booking is essential – please email or phone 01323 729 511.

There will also be stalls with information on the participating artists, the activities and services provided by Eastbourne Blind Society and other subjects to do with art and visual impairment as well as work for sale.

Eastbourne Blind Society is a local, independent voluntary organisation committed to supporting blind and visually impaired people in Eastbourne through welfare visiting, social activities, advice and encouragement.

For further information, images and details please visit the events section at

Threads Unite Women is moving to Siegen/Germany

Wednesday, 13 February 2008

Europäische Wanderausstellung

„Fäden verbinden Frauen“

15. – 29. Februar 2008
VHS Siegen
im KrönchenCenter, Markt 25

15. Februar, 17.00 Uhr
im Vortragsraum 1.05

European Travelling Exhibition

„Threads Connecting Women“

15th – 29th February 2008
VHS Siegen
at KrönchenCenter, Markt 25

15th February, 5 p.m.
in Lecture Room 1.05

Threads Unite Women in France

Tuesday, 8 January 2008