A stitch in time: Summer textile exhibition at Ely’s Babylon Gallery

PUBLISHED: 16:48 07 June 2012 | UPDATED: 16:41 15 June 2012

Stitch Links New Exhibition at Babylon Gallery, Ely. Exhibitor Liz Hunter

Stitch Links New Exhibition at Babylon Gallery, Ely. Exhibitor Liz Hunter

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SIX textile artists from Stitch Links have their work on show at The Babylon Gallery in Ely until July 1.

The women work together as a collective, to produce a contemporary body of work that reflects on modern life.

The exhibition is called ‘Reworking The Image’. Although the artists have a common interest in textile art, they work in a diversity of styles, ranging from large scale installations, to sculpture, small and intimate pieces, and colourful hand and machine-embroidery.

The Stitch Links exhibition held at the gallery two years ago drew more than 3,000 visitors, and organisers anticipate a lot of interest in the new work.

In addition to the work on display, there is an eye-catching collection of cushions and other small textile items for sale in the gallery shop, which have been designed especially for this show.


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