[CRAIG FELLOWS]

  

Well with my first exhibition of the year done, I have to say that it was a cracker of a show to do. Landmark Arts Centre is a beautiful building with its fantastic features, especially the colourful stained glass windows. There was a wide variety of exhibitors specialising in textiles in way form or another, some through materials and others through process. I look forward to the Contemporary Textiles Fair every year and with the official arrival of spring during the weekend (sunshine galore) I met an abundance of visitors on Saturday and Sunday. I'm becoming a pro, setting up the stand and laying out my work quickly when it comes to exhibiting. I even had a little time for a walk down a sunny Teddington high street before the private view began on Friday. 

Written by CRAIG FELLOWS — March 08, 2014

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