Saturday, May 22, 2010

The Three Muses hit Vancouver: THR3FOLD


MAIWA is proud to present Laura Kemshall, Linda Kemshall and Catherine Nicholls: founders of Thr3fold: The Journal of Creative Vision.

Laura and Linda have arrived from England to join Catherine for the launch of volume 5 of Thr3fold. Copies of the new issue will be on hand and the three authors will be pleased to sign them.

The trio will present a feast of imagery as they talk about the creative process and the inspiration behind the Thr3fold project. They will also be bringing a selection of quilts never before exhibited in Canada. To support the Maiwa Foundation they will be auctioning a number of small items that each has been working on specifically for this event.

Wine, food and refreshments will be served.

THURSDAY JUNE 24, 2010
7:30 pm
in the Net Loft on Ganville Island
Admission is free but space is limited
Please RVSP to attend.

You can also RSVP by calling MAIWA HANDPRINTS at 604 669 3939


Laura Kemshall is an artist, author, quiltmaker and teacher of design, textile arts and sketchbook techniques. She has a BA (Hons) Textiles specialising in Embroidery. Since graduating from university, Laura has exhibited her innovative quilts to great acclaim, winning numerous prestigious awards.


Linda Kemshall, artist, author, quiltmaker and teacher of design and textile arts. She is a qualified Vocational Assessor, an External Verifier and City & Guilds’ Scheme Advisor for Patchwork and Quilting. Linda has taught extensively in the UK, Europe and North America and now offers City & Guilds qualifications entirely Online through her registered centre, DesignMatters.

Catherine Nicholls is an artist, quiltmaker and teacher of design, quiltmaking and creative sketchbook techniques. She has a background in interior design, having run her own successful company for many years. Catherine’s quilts are often inspired by the stories and legends she heard as a child growing up on the Pacific Northwest coast of Canada.


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