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As part of Scotland’s Festival of Museums, the Scottish Fisheries Museum in Anstruther showcased work by Fife artists and craft makers on Saturday 16th May 2015. The event ‘Silver in the Shadows’ invited visitors to explore the museum following a treasure trail of artists work inspired by the fishing villages and coast line of East Neuk.
I was invited to show a small collection of shawls and scarves. These were wrapped around the shoulders of the ‘herring lassies’ and on a washing line above a window.
See what you think! It was great fun and lovely to meet so many people. It’s a fascinating museum and one I highly recommend you should visit.
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These are my latest two shawls, which were inspired by the colours of Elie Beach in Fife. They are now in my shop, along with other photographs.
The first is made of 100% Swedish linen. Colours: grey and sand.
The second wrap is made of 75% Swedish linen and 25% mercerized cotton from the USA. Colours: sea blue and sand.