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40 Beech Road, Chorlton, Manchester M21 9EL
Over a Week of Events -
New Art Designs: Theme- 'Where to now ?'
by Glennis Andrews and Fiona Norton
Musical Evening- Claire Mooney on Sunday 21st - 7pm
An evening of sheer musical joy !
As from the Saturday 20th There will a range of Craft Courses, Demonstrations and Tasters in the 'Shed Studio, Cabin workshop, and the Sculpture Garden....... This is the chance to get involved - the full programme will be available at the end of April - see our website creativerecycling.co.uk
.......and a number of creative 'happenings' will be in and around the Gallery during both Weekends 20/21 and 28/29 Everyone Welcome to a great creative time.
One of the foremost textile artists in Manchester is showing her work in the 'Shed' Studio gallery at Creative Recycling Gallery on Beech Road (M21 9EL). Her work is inspiring and moving. You will feel her passion and creative energy for her subject matter.
All work is for sale, and will interest many who love vibrant art, but also those who collect quality Textile Art.
We look forward to promoting her Exhibition, displayed alongside our own work.
We welcome you to browse beautiful seasonal displays of Art and Craft, and Gifts for all, whilst enjoying at Glass of Mulled Wine, and Homemade Dundee Cake......... and meet the Artists.
Join us on Beech Road, in Chorlton (M21 9EL) for a great seasonal experience.
Arts and Crafts include: Sculptures in Stone, Wood and Metal, Ceramics, Clocks, Accessories, Jewellery, Upcycled Novelties, and Christmas Cards. A wide range of products and variety of styles, all made to the highest quality. Gift Tokens also available.
We will be fundraising for those who care for the Homeless in Manchester.
OPEN EVERDAY 11 - 5PM
Price range from £6 - £600
Creative Recycling Gallery have been invited to host Linda Dooley's stunning range of knitwear for one weekend only. Linda will be displaying new designs as well as offering a rail of 'sale' items. Not an event to miss..........
Gwyn is a well establish artist living in Manchester. She has a body of work from Illustration (Book Covers eg. Agatha Christie, Maeve Binchy, Laurie Lee) to figurative, and portraiture. Her work is inspiration. This Exhibition is an opportunity to view/buy a small new pieces, as well as see some of the work she has produced over the years. For many who know her, and have followed her work, it is a great treat to welcome her to our Gallery.
Gwyn work will be displayed in the 'Shed' Gallery, access through the ~Main Gallery. which is OPEN EVERYDAY 11AM - 5PM
Artist/Owners Fiona Norton and Glennis Andrews (collar) are proud to present their recent collaboration with Laura Tuffley, now Artist in Residence at their Gallery, who has for some months been renovating the Gallery's 100 year old Loom.
Laura has now created a collection of contemporary woven products on this Loom, and all items are for Sale. Accompanying the Exhibition of her new work, is a small display of the how the Loom was put to work in the early 1900's in Switzerland and entered the popular Straw `industry of its time. Since then it has travelled to the Isle of Man, and arrived in Manchester 20 years ago. It has had its own beauty as a museum piece, but now it is once again a working loom. A re-birth !
The Exhibition will interest those with an interest in the history of mills and looms, but in particular those who enjoy quality woven products - scarves, cushions, and will hangings and much more. Everyone is welcome to enjoy.
Mixed Media Exhibition - Paintings, Drawings
Franka Mente is an Italian Illustrator, from Naples, studying in Rome, now living in Manchester. Creative Recycling Gallery are promoting her as part of our 'Emerging Artists Programme" in the 'Shed' Gallery to the rear of the Main Gallery, situated in the Garden Gallery space.
Exhibition of Stone Sculptures gathered from Zimbabwean artists, personally by local artists presenting their work. This is a way of supporting other artists in the developing world, and showing their talent to a wider audience. The hand carved work is accomplished, unique and beautiful..........
Local Artists; KIRSTY K LATHAM
Kirsty has a fascination for black history and revolutionary movements combined with a love of creative sub-cultures. Her research into the lives of these figures -immersing herself in art, music and performances, she recreates something of their soul, and what makes them significant icons. She uses acrylics, watercolours, inks and hand made self designed patterns and fonts, and free-hands layouts.
Kirsty wants to encourage the viewer to delve further than the face as a representation of the subject - learn about the lives of these great people and why they have such an important place in modern social history.