International Women’s Day 8th March 2013

Transitions, Knole, Sevenoaks, Kent.

Blush The reds gradually develop across the weave, hiding behind the fringe

Blush
The reds gradually develop across the weave, hiding behind the fringe

The inspiration for the work has a very female context, blending colours and refering to the change of skin colour when we blush.Virginia Wolf  in ‘Orlando’ perfectly describes the colours and contents of Knole. Red is referred to often and I have repeatedly used red in my work for many years. Western culture links the colour red with energy, strength, impulsiveness, love and passion.

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