It was a joy to see the design process from jug to painting to tapestry
Mum (who has always quilted ever since I could remember) says she doesn't like his quilts, however I loved the bold colours in this. A cacophony of colour that just shouts happiness!
But it was the section inspired by fruit and vegetables which was my favourite section. I would have loved this chair!
Look at these fabulous cushions inspired by an aubergine, cabbage and frog!
And this amazing radish (sorry about the strange perspective, it was on a table so I had to take it at a jaunty angle!)
Of course there were the jumpers which are so my mum!! So 80s / 90s but still amazing (even though they're not really my cup of tea).
And there even pots! This is made from broken china.
But even the exhibition display screamed colour. Look how bold and beautiful this display is.
I came away from this exhibition with renewed energy. I always seem to flit from project to project and always seem to have something on the go. I had felt frustrated by this process as I aways feel I can't focus on one thing which I used to see as a weakness, however this is how Kaffe works. He has several projects on the go and it means he can pick up each projected with a renewed energy as he hasn't become jaded as he hasn't worked on it solely. So hurrah! I should embrace my working method and be confident on what I do.... and be bold with my colour.