|Ann Moore's gorgeous creative embroidery|
Ann Moore will be exhibiting on the day and demonstrating her fabulous embroidery, creative and otherwise, for the crowds. Ann uses a lot of found objects
|Another of Ann's embroideries with layers revealed|
to embellish and incorporate into her work and creates decorative objects by combining various fabrics, threads, clays and embroidery stitches. She’s inspired by the strength and beauty of nature and especially the sea. Ann studied creative embroidery and ceramics at NCAD through evening classes for several years. In 2009,she was awarded the NCAD Students Union prize for Ceramics for a sculptural piece she made called "Feothanach." In embroidery, she mostly work with silk, cotton and recently some West Kerry fleece as the background for hand and machine embroidery. The result is usually heavily textured and abstract.
For information about Ann Moore's work or to read her blog, go to http://cairdeceirde.blogspot.com/. Ann is also teaching a workshop during the Pan Celtic Festival in Dingle on April 28th. See the flyer below!