Four Seasons Exhibition – by Frances Prowse

Creative Fibre Wellington – Biannual Exhibition

at Bottlecreek Community Gallery, Pataka Art + Museum, Porirua until 1 March 2020

Sandra, Fiona, Caroline, Glenis, Florence, Caroline and myself have entered peices. There were nine entries in all from OFG with Caroline and Sandra entering multiple items. There are over 90 peices in a beautiful display. Such a lot of effort by so many people.

The exhibition had it’s official opening on Sunday. Fiona, Sandra, Audrey, Florence, Esther and myself attended the award ceremony on behalf of OFG.

Congratulations to Caroline for winning the Nancys Stitch Studio award, and to Glenis for winning the NZ Felters Award 3D. Glenis is also a first time entrant. Well done both of you! I accepted these awards on your behalf in your absence and will present at the next meeting (unless you’d like to collect prior.)

Audrey and her sister Edna at the Four Season’s Exhibition
Edna won an award for her large felted vessel.

Glenis’s exquisite “A scoop of Winter” won the NZ Felters award 3d

Caroline’s gorgeous art dolls the “In-betweens” won Nancy’s stitch Studio Award
Sandra’s Seasonal Variations hand woven bag
Fiona’s Summer Myvatn Iceland small format hand woven tapestry. Sorry the photo isn’t better.
Florence’s Seasons of life Hand felted sculpture

My traditional crochet granny square blanket “Summer Ocean” (top left)

There are over 90 items on display until 1 March.

If you get a chance, please go along and check it out.

About Onslow Fibrecrafts Guild

We love Knitting, felting, spinning, weaving and other fibre crafts. We meet twice a month to share skills and learn new ones. Our usual meeting place is Johnsonville Community Centre Trust Room on 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month, from 9.30am to 11.30am The Guild is affiliated to New Zealand Creative Fibre which helps us to:  Invite tutors to expand our own skills,  Enjoy Creative Fibre workshops and festivals  Enter our work in Creative Fibre exhibitions  Contact with fibrecrafters all around the world  Organise events with other area guilds
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