Artist Caroline Nixon’s exhibition at Whichford Pottery: Ecoprinting & Upcycling

When textile artist Caroline Nixon got in touch with me on social media, I would have never imagined that I would soon have the opportunity to view her first exhibition at the absolutely gorgeous Whichford Pottery in Shipston-on-Stour.

The exhibition was held on the 14th of September 2016 and it was the official launch of her naturally printed clothing and textile collection. The exhibition came in at a perfect time as it anticipated by a few days the release of the Autumn issue of No Serial Number, where Caroline’s ecoprint and upcycled pieces are featured.

Below are few of the shots I took at the exhibition.

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Printed with geranium and horse chestnut
Geranium and horse chestnut
Printed with geranium
Printed with geranium
Printed with persicaria
Printed with persicaria
Printed with geranium and horse chestnut
Printed with geranium and horse chestnut

Grab your copy of the Autumn issue of No Serial Number Magazine to learn more about Caroline’s art. She will also feature in this Winter’s special edition (out 23 of December) where she will be describing her experience of Irit Dulman’s latest workshop in Spain.

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