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Work represented by The Contemporary Applied Arts Gallery
89 Southwark St, London SE1 0HX

9th September-2nd November 2014
The 62 Group of Textile Artists ‘Ebb and Flow’
Grimsby Minster, St James Square, Grimsby and Fishing Heritage Centre, Alexandra Dock, Grimsby

20th September-1st December 2013
Rendezvous Goldsmiths

Celebrating the work of Goldsmiths College Textile Department during the period 197588 when Audrey Walker was Head of Textiles. Marking the impact her period of tenure exerted on staff and students alike and of its continuing influence on UK textile practice. Featuring new work and classic pieces from over 35 seminal makers.
Ruthin Craft Centre The Centre for the Applied Art
Park Road, Ruthin, Denbighshire LL15 1BB
T +44 (0)1824 704 774

18th August-3rd November 2013
Cloth and Memory 2
Cloth holds the memory of our time and connects us with the memories of other times and other places. A site-specific exhibition located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Featuring 23 artists drawn from a UK and international cohort.
Salts Mill, Saltaire, Yorkshire.

10th December-25th January 2013
62 Group of Textile Artists
1-7 Taishido Setagaya Ku, Tokyo Japan


Click the venue links below to view Jeanette Appleton's work from the Sow:Sew exhibition at:

> Bankfield Museum click here
> John Innes Centre click here
> Darlington Art Gallery click here
> Farfield Mill Gallery and Heritage Centre click here
> Oldham Art Gallery click here

Sow:Sew is the first major solo exhibition by Jeanette Appleton.
Featuring over twenty new pieces of work in felt and paper.

Sow:Sew explores ideas of marking and approaches to making that the artist has developed during research into plant science at the John Innes Centre, Norwich and experimental work on the industrial needlefelt and embroidery textile machinery at Huddersfield University.

Through these innovative and groundbreaking contemporary felt works, Jeanette Appleton examines the relationship of making by hand and machine and mark-making in visual arts and scientific practice.

June Hill Project Co-ordinator.