Item TSW/46 - Weaving Sample

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Weaving Sample


  • 1981-1982 (Creation)

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Double-faced sample woven in cream yarn, sparkling metallic-effect thread, and pink, yellow, green and white cotton thread with a pattern creating a diagonal effect.

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(fl c1980s-)

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Claire Heminsley studied Embroidered and Woven Textiles at The Glasgow School of Art during the 1980s, receiving her BA Hons in 1982 and a Post Graduate Diploma in 1983. In 1986, she set up her own design company, Incahoots, whose clients have included the House for an Art Lover (Glasgow), BBC Scotland, and British Airways, among others. Heminsley has received awards by the Scottish Arts Council Creative Development, and is the chair of artist-led organisation Off The Rails Arthouse at Ladybank station (Fife). Heminsley has also taught Design, Textiles and Illustration in different educational institutions, including The Glasgow School of Art, Cumbria College of Art and Dundee College. Sources:

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Dimensions: 220 x 340 mm

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GB 1694 TSW/46

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition


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