Sally Whitworth from the UK has made some detailed and illustrative scarf designs for ‘The Scarf Creation’ exhibition in association with MacMillan Cancer Support.
This conceptual collection was based around the story of a group of characters in the Tyrol area of Northern Italy, where one of the scarf tells the story of Clive, a Lancastrian tourist guide working in the Tyrol area. It features humorous imagery illustrating various aspects of his life.
See more of Sally WithWorth’s work here
'The Scarf Creation' ends in 1 week.
MacMillan gets 98% of it’s funding from donations and public support. The services it provides are invaluable to those suffering from cancer and their loved ones.
Next week is the last week of ‘The Scarf Creation’ and a last chance for you to get involved in helping a fantastic organisation. Have a look at kalopsiacollective.co.uk where you can buy scarves that donate all profits to MacMillan Cancer Support or look at macmillan.org.uk to learn more about the work they do.
Among all printed scarves, there is Pat Strong’s hand knitted scarf for ‘The Scarf Creation’ exhibition, framed on the wall.
A piece that took inspiration from The Scottish Coast, which is reflected in the colours of the blend of baby alpaca, silk and cashmere yarn.
A traditional Shetland Lace stitch – ‘print o’ the waves’ was used to knit this piece and acknowledges the Heritage of hand knitting in Scotland.
Visit Kalopsia Gallery today. Open between 10am-6pm.
The exhibition will close next Thursday, so don’t miss it out.
Did you know that MacMillan Cancer Support relies on donations for 98% of their income, and your money will help them provide a variety of services that help make sure no one has to go through cancer alone.
By purchasing one of the scarves at ‘The Scarf Creation’ exhibition, you will automatically help support MacMillan.
Rosie Elizabeth Cook from Wales has designed these two Scarves for the current exhibition. An explosion of colours and pattern!
The abstract scarves named ‘Lego’, are inspired by the beautiful Pembrokeshire landscape that surrounds her. To create the composition, she painted grounds with gouache before paper cutting and collaging.
The scarf measures 120cm squared and is digitally printed onto Habotai Silk and machine rolled.
See more of her work HERE
Intrested in purchasing a ‘Lego’ scarf, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
All profit will go towards MacMillan Cancer Support!
Mimi Hammill from Scotland has made these beautiful and abstract Scarves for ‘The Scarf Creation’ in association with MacMillan Cancer Support.
Mimi has found her inspiration from places such as the 1977 Queenstown bowling alley and cinema in Singapore, the arrangement of windows in the south wall of Le Corbusier’s Notre Dame du Haut de Ronchamp to the palette and atmosphere of the Modernist era.
The design has been digitally printed onto silk crepe de chine by BeFab. Printed and finished in Scotland. Approx 50 x 50cm.
To own a scarf By MimI Hammill, please email us: info@kalopsia co.uk or visit Kalopsia Gallery. But you have to be quick - Only a few left!
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You still have a few more hours to go. Closing time at 23:59
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'The Scarf Creation' exhibition opening in association with MacMillan Cancer Support. A film by Andrew McMillan.
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