colour prints (various - a small selection shown here)
printed on acid free Bockingford archival paper
all prints A3 approx (varies slightly by image format).
Signed by the artist.
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Lincolnshire Coastal Grazing Marshes Project
Lucas Stephens + Morwenna Catt were commissioned to create a sculptural bird watching piece near Anderby in Lincolnshire. The piece is now installed off the coastal path between Anderby Creek and Wolla Bank.
The Threads that Bind Us is a large scale embroidered textile hanging by Morwenna Catt and Lucas Stephens, commissioned by Bradford Council for City Hall to commemorate the Queens Jubilee in 2012.
The work is now permanently installed in the Banqueting Hall at City Hall and was unveiled in October 2013
The project was sponsored by Curtis Wool Direct Limited; the British Wool Marketing Board; the Worshipful Company of Woolmen; the Freemasons; James Hare Silks and Woolmark.
Monday, 16 October 2017 (All day) - Sunday, 26 November 2017 (All day)
Whole Venue: Open Monday - Saturday: 9.30am - 5pm
Exhibitions are also open to view on evenings when the venue opens for performances. Sunday opening times are from 1 hour before the performance starts.
Songs from the wood and other stories is an eclective retrospective of Morwenna Catt who is an internationally exhibiting artist / designer with a specialism in textiles & sculptural textiles, complemented by the work of her partner Lucas Stephens, both artists living and working between the UK and Norway.
Morwenna first exhibited with the Lawrence Batley Theatre way back in 1995 (22 years ago!) with her "x-ray series" becoming one of our Event Exhibition Artists for the Comedy Club, and a feature as part of transformation of the Foyer for that year's Christmas show "Wind in the Willows"
Lucas has a wide variety of work spanning over 25 years working as an Artist and Craftsman. He has exhibited Nationally and Internationally and has work in numerous public and private collections.
His early years growing up in an artistic family have contributed to his undogmatic approach to creativity and ever present spontaneity.
“I like the way Artworks change when you look at them deeply. For me it
is particular to Art that one can experience an unveiling of mystery
without ever being able to put into words what is revealed.”