Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Table top museums


Last weekend The Museum went out for the day to meet some other museums at the Art Workers Guild in central London. It was for the annual meeting of artists collections and museums organised by Stephen Fowler and George Hardie.



We met the Museum of Coastal Curiosities with their many beautiful hagstones , witches fingers and sea eggs....


There was Prue Coopers collection of grooves (above) plus other collections of mud,lucky dip bags, ennui,moulds,paper weights, gay dolls,stencils, rubber stamps,paintings on photographs, embroidery, sleeping dolls,love tokens,quackery,felt animals and shopping lists.
  It was a joyful day and the museum was delighted to meet Josie Firmin whose father Peter Firmin is the inspiration for the museum and all its' work.



Thursday, 8 June 2017

Nothing left on the table





1. Your Best China is Cracked.
  Old lace edged doily with red embroidered ears. 2017

2. The Bloom is Gone,
 Fragile but still beautiful tray cloth with white embroidered ears. 2017

3. You Don't Need These Anymore.
  Unused linen napkins with embroidered ears. 2017

Saturday, 22 October 2016

Saturday, 15 October 2016

Shadow Exhibition part 4, collage shadow




Whilst taking some time to collect, this highly detailed shadow has born fruit over the years.

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Saturday, 8 October 2016

Saturday, 1 October 2016

Shadow collection






The museum has a small collection of shadows which will form a new five part on-line exhibition. First up is the fast flickering of rose leaves one autumn afternoon.

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