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2017 NORAH STOCKER EXHIBITIONS

MAY 3-26 2017

NORAH STOCKER - solo exhibition
THE LION BOOKSHOP GALLERY
colchester. 

"ANCIENT JAPAN EXHIBITION" I will be exhibiting my Japanese printmaking series. I will also have some of my Japanese textile work to view.

I have been invited to exhibit some of my work at this gallery. I will also be there on Thursday 18 & 25 May to meet the artist morning. Do come along and have a chat.  Look forward to seeing you. 



























SNAPE MALTINGS 2017
QUAY GALLERY

 Saturday 4 - Thursday 8 JUNE  
 open 10 am - 4pm

Norah Stocker (Artist)  collaboration with Chris Notryte (Sculpture Artist). Delighted to exhibit with my son. His beautiful sculpture work will be on display along with my new textile hangings. Look forward to seeing you. 

Obsolete and Impermanence Exhibition 




































2018 NEW FOCUS GROUP 

Delighted to have new members. We have been busy working on some very exciting new work since 2015 which we hope to have on display in various museums during 2018.  All information will be given at a later date. 



2016 DESIGN2STITCH FOCUS GROUP EXHIBITION

MONTH OF MAY -  6 May - 18 June- 2016 - 
BRAINTREE MUSEUM Manor Street, Braintree, Essex

"Diversity In Focus III"

Hours 10 am - 4pm 
click  here for further details 

Private preview Friday 6 - 5.30 for 6pm
Meet the artists day Sunday 15 May 2016

"DIVERSITY IN FOCUS III"



A contemporary exhibition of  textile artists using art, design, mixed media, print, stitch and weaving.  Look forward to seeing you. 





We are group of qualified textile artists focusing on the contemporary work of art, design and stitch to explore a wider remit of the textile world. Our inspirations are diverse as are the members in their work of art journals, design and textile creations.

Norah Stocker – “Nature’s Decay” looks at the Japanese philosophy of Wabi Sabi and impermanence. The subtle beauty of loosing colours through nature’s cycle to regenerate and rebirth begin again. 
Lorna Rand – “Impressions of Sutton Hoo”. Lorna’s work is based on the rebuilt helmet and the amazing gold and silver artefacts discovered in the excavations.
Julie Chellingsworth – “Bringing Plant Therapy into Focus”. Julie’s passions are textiles and therapies; her work ‘draws’ upon many of the plants known for their therapeutic properties.
Sheila Parsons – “Kaleidoscope of Butterflies” inspires the use of colours, shapes and movement to develop patterns which are endless.
Lesley Sams - ""Greek Tragedy" . With a Classicist in the family there is always an interest in Greek history and culture and in today's turbulent times,  ancient and modern collide.....
Linda Watt - ""Motion and Emotion" Inspired by facial expressions and movement of the body in every day life and activities.

SNAPE MALTINGS 2016 


QUAY GALLERY 
 Saturday 4 - Thursday 9 JUNE  
 open 10 am - 4pm

"A MOMENT IN TIME"

A new contemporary exhibition of  textile artists using art, design, mixed media, print, stitch and weaving. Look forward to seeing you.



Previous 2015 EXHIBITIONS

THE BALLROOM, 
THE MINORIES GALLERY, COLCHESTER, ESSEX 

MONDAY 26 - 31 OCTOBER
2015 10 am - 4pm 


"DIVERSITY IN FOCUS II"


A VERY BIG thank you to all visitors to our exhibition it was a very enjoyable week. 

A new contemporary exhibition of  textile artists using art, design, mixed media, print, stitch and weaving.

We are group of qualified textile artists focusing on the contemporary work of art, design and stitch to explore a wider remit of the textile world. Our inspirations are diverse as are the members in their work of art journals, design and textile creations.

Norah Stocker – “Nature’s Decay” looks at the Japanese philosophy of Wabi Sabi and impermanence. The subtle beauty of loosing colours through nature’s cycle to regenerate and rebirth begin again. 
Lorna Rand – “Impressions of Sutton Hoo”. Lorna’s work is based on the rebuilt helmet and the amazing gold and silver artefacts discovered in the excavations.
Julie Chellingsworth – “Bringing Plant Therapy into Focus”. Julie’s passions are textiles and therapies; her work ‘draws’ upon many of the plants known for their therapeutic properties.
Sheila Parsons – “Kaleidoscope of Butterflies” inspires the use of colours, shapes and movement to develop patterns which are endless.
Lesley Sams - ""Greek Tragedy" . With a Classicist in the family there is always an interest in Greek history and culture and in today's turbulent times,  ancient and modern collide.....
Linda Watt - ""Motion and Emotion" Inspired by facial expressions and movement of the body in every day life and activities.


The new Focus group  meet monthly on a Thursday. We are a group of artists sharing exciting ideas and inspirations for further work and exhibiting. To learn and explore a wider remit of the textile world.



"DIVERSITY IN FOCUS" EXHIBITION 
SNAPE MALTINGS, QUAY GALLERY
Saturday 6 June - Thursday 11 June
10 am - 4pm 

I would like to thank everyone who came to the exhibition for your comments and for all the purchases made. We look forward to seeing you at the Minories for Diversity in Focus II. Norah