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What exactly do you do?

If I had a pound for every time I’ve been asked this, I’d be a wealthy man. The usual thing is that I meet someone at a social event, the talk turns to work and careers, and then comes the big moment when I reveal that I am a museum curator. This usually earns a […]
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    Sue Lawty Lead sample by tapestry artist Sue Lawty, developing woven tapestry forms into other media

  • Brenda Holzke

    Sue Lawty lead weaves

  • Wendy Kowynia

    texture l Sue Lawty this makes me think of prints made using a textile. i wonder what it actually is.

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