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My linoprints at Glamis Gallery, Glamis

Currently available at Glamis Gallery: my linoprints of the ‘Lost Buildings of Perth’ series. Mounted or framed, or as a card. Print format: roughly A4. Castle Gable, Perth Post Office Tay St, Perth Earl of Kinnoull’s Lodging, Perth Post Office High St, Perth Thimblerow, Perth Glamis GalleryKirk Wynd, Glamis, Angus DD8 1RTopen Wed – Sun […]

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Christmas market

Christmas market in Dundee

My first winter market this year is Urban Market Dundee at the Keiller Centre on Sat, 16 Nov, 11:00-17:00. In the company of excellent local designers I’ll present my colourful handmade linen garments embellished with repurposed fabric and embroidery – a contribution to slow fashion. Come and join the fun!

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Funding in lime green

New equipment

So delighted! My grant application for the Rural Perth & Kinross Micro Enterprise Fund was successful! Now I can go and upgrade my fabric art equipment. Maybe not all in lime green though. Thanks Perth & Kinross Council and GrowBiz!

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Pencil Chair. Sold.

Artists’ showcase in Coupar Angus

It’s Snowdrop Festival time! During the second weekend we’ll showcase work by local artists and designers. My upcycled furniture and artwork by Mary M Brown and Ann Napier will be on display at the Heritage Centre on Sat/Sun, February 23/24, 11am – 3pm. Heritage Centre, 8 George St, Coupar Angus PH13 9DH Pencil Chair – […]

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Cogs and Pipes. Linoprint

Exhibition: Meffan Winter Show, Forfar

Visit the Meffan Winter Show in Forfar and explore the impressive variety of paintings, prints, mixed media work and sculpture by local artists! This is one corner of the gallery upstairs where my linoprint ‘Cogs and Pipes’ has been hung. The Meffan Museum & Art Gallery 20 West High Street, Forfar   DD8 1BB Nov 17 […]

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Burgundy coat

Upcycling: fabric

I don’t just upcycle furniture, I’ve started upcycling garments too. I learned how to dye and paint fabric in my studio for functional art in Canada, back in the 1990s. Here you see the back panel of a dress in burgundy red, printed using handcut stamps and embellished with hand embroidery (still a bit shaky). […]

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