Interpretation of Artists’ Work
As a follow-up to the Dronfield Arts Festival in May this year we are holding a free exhibition of work produced by the Barn Glass Group and the Dronfield Quilting Bees.
The exhibition will be in the Edward Lucas Hall, Peel Centre from Friday afternoon 11th May to Sunday afternoon 13th May.
Each group will display their work based on their interpolation of recognised artists.
Some of the artists which will be used as inspiration by the groups include:
- Piet Mondrian
- Henri Matisse
- Clarice Cliffe
- Charles Rennie Mackintosh
- LS Lowry
- Pablo Picasso
- David Hockney
The Stained-Glass group was formed just over a year and a half ago and is one of the Barns affiliated groups. It currently has a membership of around 14 armatures. They have learnt their skills in this time and some of the members have only been working in glass for 6 to 9 months.
The Dronfield Guilting Bees was formed by a group of ladies who were keen to improve their quilting skills two years ago and they now have over 25 members. They meet once a month and carry out a range of projects.