Hannelore graduated with a BA (Hons) in Textile Design from Chelsea College of Art & Design in 2002. She is currently based in North Norfolk as a practising multi-disciplinary artist. She produces abstract works in 3D, paper and textiles.
Hannelore has completed a teacher training qualification and currently holds the post of Course Leader for the (UAL) Diploma in Foundation Studies in Art & Design at City College Norwich. She delivers workshops in art and textiles with pins and needles and artpocket; Both organisations of which she is a founder member.
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Rebecca graduated from Middlesex University with a BA (Hons) degree in Fine Art and Art History in 1995. Since finishing her degree, Rebecca has gained her teaching qualification (PGCE) and has taught Fine Art, Art and Design and Art History at a range of levels and abilities. She has over 10 years experience of teaching in Further and Higher education both in the UK and in Spain.
Currently Rebecca works from her studio working with print, stitch, and soft sculpture to explore representations of the female form. She has exhibited in Norwich, London and Spain.
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Jo Budd is a leading contemporary British textile artist whose work crosses boundaries between Fine Art, Textiles, Quilt making and Embroidery. With an exhibiting career spanning over 30 years, her work is in international collections including the V&A Museum, International Quilt Study Centre, Nebraska, US, Quilt Museum and Gallery, York, and the Embroiderer’s Guild UK.
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