Artist in Residence – Philippa Reid – 1st to 10th May

March 23, 2018

Philippa Reid will be exhibiting and demonstrating Quilling – the Art of Paper Filigree – at CICCIC in Taunton during a two-week residency in May.

A fully Accredited (Higher Level) Fellow of The Quilling Guild and member of Go Create Taunton, Philippa creates contemporary collage pictures and jewellery using traditional techniques for rolling and shaping narrow paper strips, which she will be demonstrating whilst in residence during Gallery opening hours from 1st – 10th May 2018.

Visit and view a selection of Philippa’s creations, chat with her and learn more about the fascinating centuries-old techniques which she uses in her work.

A drop-in taster workshop will be held on Saturday 5th May from 2.00 – 5.00pm, enabling visitors to have a go at quilling and make a unique greetings card or gift tag to take away.  The cost of this will be £5.00 per person, to include tuition and materials.

Read more about Philippa’s work on her websites at:

learntoquill.weebly.com

quilliance.wordpress.com

or find her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @quilliance.

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