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Echoes and Threads
Saturday 20th April - Saturday 18th May 2024 The Main Gallery Fisherton Mill

Tamsin Loveday & Helen Kirby

'Echoes and Threads' presents the work of two Fisherton Mill resident artists who share a fascination with ancient ritual landscapes in Wiltshire.

Inspired by the energy and beauty of sacred sites such as the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Landscapes, Tamsin Loveday and Helen Kirby use unique approaches to textile art, printmaking and mixed media to explore the connections between past and present, archaeology, spirituality and contemporary culture. Their artwork invites the viewer to reflect on their own relationship with these special places and to imagine the mysteries and meanings that they hold.

There is an exciting programme of events including creative workshops and Artists' talks associated with this exhibition. 

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"Imbolc" (detail) a "Wand" by Tamsin Loveday
resting on detail of an energy diagram sketch
Untitled experimental weaving panel with stone inclusion (detail) by Helen Kirby
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Monolith (detail) a relief print by Tamsin Loveday
Sound Painting
by Helen Kirby
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