Ann C Haslam: Beyond 4 Walls

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Artist Ann C Haslam is developing new concepts using natural and manufactured materials to explore and express her ideas.

In these latest pieces, she expands colour relationships and the qualities of light absorption and reflection in order to stimulate surface movement. Her approach utilises and manipulates the assemblage of an extensive range of threads though a highly labour-intensive process in which, in most cases, a work takes several months to reach completion.

Farfield was a woollen Mill until it ceased production in the early1990’s after 156 years of textile production.The Mill was rescued by a group of devoted locals and enthusiasts, keen to continue the industrial heritage and traditional skills of textiles. This group set up the Charity ‘Sedbergh and District Buildings Preservation Trust’ and together they bought, restored and finally opened Farfield as an Arts and Heritage Centre in 2001.

Venue: Farfield Mill

Ann C Haslam: Beyond 4 Walls