Rope

entwined / suainte

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New exhibition by Caroline Dear comprising 100 ropes from 50 plants.

“make a rope a day…. These ropes are an exploration of plants, of place, and of my personal responses to these through the making of them.”

Find excellent documentation on the blog as above.

9th July – 6 August 2011 at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (the entrance is round the back, go up the hill beside the town hall the gallery is through the double glass doors and then up the stairs).

 

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