On Wednesday our brilliant members finished raising our Red Tent exhibit at the Red Project exhibition at the Coal Loader.
Our president, Dinah, writes:
“…. it looks absolutely amazing – get down to the Coal Loader to see it in situ. Congratulations to all those members who were involved.”
She adds, reflecting the views of our entire membership:
“We all owe the Red Tent committee – Louise Gilchrist, Ang Marynissen, Mandy Burgess, Harriet Watts and Brenda Livermore – a HUGE vote of thanks for all the work they have put into the design, the creation and the setting up.
It wasn’t without its challenges and the team worked so well together to come up with the ideas, discover new techniques and solve all the problems. Their attitude reflected the ideas that attracted us to “The Red Tent” in the first place – sharing individual skills and knowledge, collaboration and support of each other.
The exhibition staff at the Council are delighted with our exhibit.
Well done everyone. And thank you.”
And during all the mayhem she even managed to snap a photo for us.
Webmaster note: The group also came together to create a Red Quilt to go with the tent and I took a couple of pictures at Primrose Park prior to installation at the exhibition:
And a few close-up pics of some sections:
While visiting the exhibition ensure you see the lovely work of other Primrose Paper Arts members – Anne Numont, Basia Zielinska, Nathalie Hartog, Penelope Lee, Tamsin Salehian and Helen Sturgess – who are also participating in their own right, in other areas.