All 40 Just a Glimpse blog posts have now been published. I look forward to revealing the complete works in a comprehensive online and print catalogue very soon. In the meantime, check out the Preview Gallery for an overview of the exhibition. You will see that the works are grouped together in complementary pairs.
Just a Glimpse
As an artist, Alicia Merrett of Somerset, England feels free to use her imagination to envision the shapes and colours of the quantum world. Here’s a glimpse of Envisioning the Invisible: The Quantum World . Follow Alicia at: Website: www.aliciamerrett.co.uk Instagram: @Akm57 This is the final post for Just a Glimpse, a series of blog […]
Here’s a glimpse of I Look Within, To See a digitally printed textile work by Paula Rafferty of Ballysimon, Ireland. Paula writes: This 50 year old eye, mine, looks forward with the knowledge of all that I have experienced, good and bad. My vision for 2020 is to BE. Be kinder to myself and others, […]
How do you describe colour to a blind person? What happens if you can’t see the whole rainbow of colours? Here’s a glimpse of Touch the Colour, a Braille-inspired artwork by Jane Rundle of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. See more of Jane’s artwork on her website: www.janerundle.com Follow Jane on Instagram at: @janemadlyquilting Just a Glimpse […]
Log cabin blocks are a recurring motif in the work of Maryte Collard from Siauliai, Lithuania. Here’s a glimpse of Colourful Iris. Follow Maryte at: Website: www.marytequilts.eu Facebook: MaryteQuilts Instagram: @marytecollard Just a Glimpse is a series of blog posts sharing preview detail shots of each of the works selected for the Vision 2020 travelling […]
Here’s a glimpse of Shutter Vision by Helen Beaven of Wellington, New Zealand. Seeing things out of focus or blurred is not ideal. Yet in photography, the shutter speed can be changed to deliberately blur an image, introducing movement as in panned photos. Follow Helen on Instagram at: @myinnerthread Just a Glimpse is a series […]