The Women’s Arts Association has had a very successful show of associate members’ work at Llanover Hall in Cardiff. “How I see It …” fitted nicely with Llanover Hall’s educative functions by asking women makers to create an original work inspired by a woman artist.
The opening, with readings by Toni-Ann La Crette, was enthusiastically attended, and groups from schools and of women had the opportunity to see the art but also see the women’s art that had been the inspiration – a good thing to demonstrate and take with them.
On the left (from l to r), there is Rose Davies’ printed fabric piece inspired by Kathe Kollwitz, Dilys Jackson’s sculpture inspired by a Barbara Hepworth piece, Georgina Peach mobile inspired by Louis Bourgeois, who painting also inspired Rebecca Croxford’s triptych, and Sue Roberts inspired by Marlene Dumas. On the right, Bee Bennett’s landscape inspired by Joan Eardley, Dianne…
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