Anne Kelly’s Textile Travels takes us on journeys to places we may never get to visit ourselves, whilst encouraging us to look at what is around us. The whole publication is well illustrated and showcases the work of many artists as well as Kelly’s own offerings; making for a balanced, practical guide.
During the current pandemic, our lives have become truncated and our journeys are mainly close to home. I explored my first project created during lockdown in a previous post for
Anne Kelly: Quarantine Quilt – a Lockdown Project As told to Ailish Henderson: Like everyone this year, the end of March felt like ‘falling off a cliff’. I had just
With artist, author and tutor Anne Kelly I have always held a fascination for dolls houses and the miniature world they represent. I had the opportunity to include one
Deena Beverley reviews Anne Kelly’s “Folk Tales” exhibition, at the National Needlework Archive
Jessica Kelly’s work is delicate. She embroiders into vintage book pages. Her stitches are fine and light and seem to float above the yellowed pages in gossamer loops of thread.