Saturday, March 10, 2007

China Crisis - a look at Wedgwood Jasperware




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The starting point for this assignment was a visit to Nottingham Castle and an exhibition they had, on Wedgwood Jasperware.
I particularly liked the items which were not in the colours that you normally associate with Wedgwood (ie not in the shades of blue), such as the two scent bottles I have drawn above.
I decided to use this colour palette for my knit samples.

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I started university later in life than most of my collegues, being a mature student. I have gained a huge amount from my BA, and I am now furthering my knowledge and experience with engagement on MA ADAPT course which I started in January 2010. Some of my BA work is on this blog, along with other textiles and a commission connected with Lace. I am also teaching lace with a class held weekly in Nottingham. Other weekend courses to follow and talks in areas of lace history.