INSIDE OUT

Inside Out was presented at the Stockwood Park in 2010.

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Inside, Outside?

Inside, Outside?

by Gil Dye 1. Which side Inside? 2 Which side Outside? Exploring the strange properties of Möbius strip: it has only one edge- the colourful strip, which gives it just one side- so is that inside or outside? Bobbin lace and mixed techniques using recycled materials.

A breath of summer

A breath of summer

by Ann Collier Crochet lace flowers on a willow structure, a reminder of summer. Mixed lace using various threads

Amazing Amaryllis

Amazing Amaryllis

by Ann Brammer Amaryllis usually only goes outside in summer in the UK. This was left outside and became an iced amaryllis. Bobbin lace and stitch.

Charlie (IO)

Charlie (IO)

by Gil Dye 'Charlie' is part of a larger project exploring divergent characteristics of tortoises and lacemaking techniques. His little cousins were shown at Wardown Park Museum in 2009. See also Divergence (2008). Mainly bobbin lace using mixed materials including garden mesh.

Child and her dog

Child and her dog

by Anne Dyer Split ply figures are a fairly recent development by Peter Collingwood and me. I love trees and was drawn to this as my site. I thought a child in its branches looked natural. The dog just wanted to be there. Split ply in cotton hauser.

Dragonfly

Dragonfly

by Ann Collier Large scale dragonfly in mixed lace using various threads

Fantasy seed pods

Fantasy seed pods

by Ann Wheeler Fantasy seed pods, for a winter garden. Bobbin lace using mixed yarns including paper and plastic

Ghost of summer past

Ghost of summer past

by Sue McLaggan A giant leaf, bleached by the weather and already showing holes, has been blown by the wind and become caught in mid-flight. Its natural materials may twist and deteriorate interestingly in the winter wind and rain. Bobbin lace using cotton string and paper yarn.

Ice flow curtain

Ice flow curtain

by Ann Brammer Imagine the motifs on a lace curtain hanging indoors, then take them to the wall outside where they are moving infinitesimally slowing, trapped in the cracks of a glacier. Bobbin lace and stitch.

Life on the web 1 and 2

Life on the web 1 and 2

by Sue Willoughby Visiting a local junior school, there were many large insects decorating the main hall. I thought- I like that idea! I had recently finished a fan, so combing the fan and the insects, 'Life on the web' was born. Bobbin lace in string, plastic twine and wire.

Lunch

Lunch

by Pamela Layzell Experiments with plastic suggest a spider's web, so why not make one? A web needs a spider, and if you are going to have a spider, you'd better have a fly as well! Bobbin lace using plastic and mixed media.

Lunch (fly)

Lunch (fly)

by Pamela Layzell Experiments with plastic suggest a spider's web, so why not make one? A web needs a spider, and if you are going to have a spider, you'd better have a fly as well! Bobbin lace using plastic and mixed media.

Not for the pot

Not for the pot

by Ann Wheeler Pods splitting and exposed in a winter landscape. Bobbin and needle lace using mixed yarns.

Strung Out

Strung Out

by Pamela Layzell Plastic caught on bushes, rubbish polluting our environment or something beautiful? Bobbin lace using plastic.

Tea time

Tea time

by Ann Allison Inspired by the metal framework of an old cake stand and white wall trellis, which looks like the arched window of a grand old house. Bobbin lace.

Tree earrings 1

Tree earrings 1

by Kitty Mason With echoes of the carriage wheels in the Springs and Wheels gallery at Stockwood Discovery Centre, these earrings for trees aim to brighten the short, bleak days of winter. Bobbin lace.

Tree earrings 2

Tree earrings 2

by Kitty Mason With echoes of the carriage wheels in the Springs and Wheels gallery at Stockwood Discovery Centre, these earrings for trees aim to brighten the short, bleak days of winter. Bobbin lace.

Wild Yucca

Wild Yucca

by Westhope Group Members Leaves worked in a variety of techniques and threads by members of the Group.