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Hand-Stitched Stories draws on artist’s life experience

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Textile artist Sabine Kaner will be exhibiting at Tetbury Goods Shed from June 28th to August 6th.

When the boat comes in | Hand-Stitched Stories draws on artist's life experience

Hand-Stitched Stories explores the human condition through mixed media textiles. Sabine weaves semi-abstract compositions with layers of texture, colour, stitches and symbols. Her joyous and vibrant compositions can be enjoyed on many levels with deeper meanings beneath the surface.

Windrush arrival card | Hand-Stitched Stories draws on artist's life experience
Windrush arrival card.

Thursday, June 22nd marks 75 years of the arrival of the Windrush: “My father, Arthur Paterson and his two brothers arrived from Kingston Jamaica on the Windrush. My father had previously been stationed in the UK as a member of the RAF and was now returning to help rebuild Britain.

Arthur Paterson | Hand-Stitched Stories draws on artist's life experience
Arthur Paterson

“I have recently completed more work to accompany my existing pieces telling something of that story. This work will be part of the exhibition showing in Tetbury,” said Sabine.

For more information visit: Hand stitched stories with Sabine Kaner – Tetbury Goods Shed Arts

www.sabinekaner.com /

A patchwork of memories | Hand-Stitched Stories draws on artist's life experience

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