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a few little photos

Welcome to my gallery. It is not a grand sort of gallery so there is no need to murmur in hushed tones or be embarassed about how loud or squeaky your shoes sound on the parquet floor.

Follow these links into the different rooms:

the Bradford room – my HNC work on display at the Bradford College Show in 2007

the New Beginnings room – my 2008 mini-collection of scarves

the Gallery shopNew! My gallery shop is on Etsy where my username is bonnyclaith

the Gallery café – OK, so I don’t really have a café (even on Etsy) but I do have some pictures and posts on the subject of cake

4 Comments leave one →
  1. 17 Sep 2008 5:22 am

    Oh wow, this is really spooky! I have just been considering whether to enrol on the Bradford HNC course this year or next year (I’ve decided next year makes more sense to me). Do you have any tips for those preparing to do the course? Did you enjoy it? You can email me in confidence if you have the time.

  2. 20 Sep 2008 3:57 am

    Hi Purlpower, I’m glad you are excited about weaving! I will indeed email you as the “Bradford experience” cannot be summed up in a single comment – except perhaps as the “Bradford experience”.

  3. Bridget permalink
    29 Mar 2009 7:17 pm

    Hi Cally. I am interested in Bradford College – I understand you studied there – I’m a sporadic weaver – tapestry and loom, and I want to get my teeth into some study programme or other esp with a design element – is that bradford..
    Tks B

  4. 29 Mar 2009 7:41 pm

    It’s certainly a course with a strong emphasis on design. However, because of the ELQ ruling from the government, and the fact that the HNC cohort are all mature students, the whole course is in a state of uncertainty at the moment – or perhaps not even uncertain any more, just mothballed while they rewrite it into a foundation degree. I don’t know what else there is to be honest. For design there is City & Guilds or the Open College of Arts, but I don’t think anyone else does handweaving specifically.

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