Monday, 24 March, 2014 - 10:00 to 16:00
REDIVIVUS Textile Artists
March 24th – April 12th 2014
An exhibition at Godalming Museum
An exhibition by Redivivus, a group of three experienced textile artists will take place at Godalming Museum from 25 March to 12 April. The group have been exhibiting together since 2006 in many shows in the UK. In this colourful exhibition each artist uses her view and technique to translate her interests with diverse subjects such as cars, medieval history and the environment . 
Janice Lawrence finds her inspiration from travels in South America and the Polar Regions. She uses hand and machine stitch over hand painted fabric to convey her ideas. Sometimes working in a traditional manner, other times experimentally, she uses hand and machine stitch over hand painted fabric to convey her ideas. 
Moyra McNeill uses her techniques imaginatively and freely, with designs based on drawings, backed up with photographs. Her subjects have varied from cars to buildings to plants, and she teaches and writes books
Gillian Mobsby is inspired by designs from early history. The quirky figures of the medieval period and the scrolling foliage become complex wall hangings. These are created using a variety of techniques; paint, print and stitch. Some of the pieces involve layers with precise cutting over an elaborate pattern. She has work in private and public collections.
Godalming Museum is located at 109a High Street, by the Pepperpot. It is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10 am to 4pm in Wintertime and 10am to 5am in Summertime. Admission is free but donations are welcomed. The Local Studies library is open in the afternoons from 1 pm to 4 pm. Light refreshments are available throughout the day. Children are always welcome. There is a delightful Jekyll style garden at the rear of the museum and an excellent gift shop. Godalming Museum is run in partnership by Waverley Borough Council and Godalming Museum Trust.
For further information please contact the Museum on 01483 426510 
Postal Address: 
Godalming Museum
109a High Street