Book Transformations Exhibition

Book Transformations Exhibition
Added: 18/09/2011

 

 

As part of Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival, The Gallery At Bank Quay House will be displaying an exhibition of book arts and paper craft by local artist Kate Bufton. 

Kate’s work is an ongoing developmental exploration, manipulating the shape and form of old books. 
By altering the original form, through various cuts and folds they are beautifully transformed from a carrier of text to an object that may be admired.

This 
FREE exhibition will open on Sat 24 September 10.30am in conjunction with the opening ceremony of Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival 2011.

We are also giving you the unique chance to meet Kate on Wednesday 26 October 6-8pm
Come along and ask her questions about her inspirations and discover how she produces her artwork!  Free admission with refreshments available!

Exhibition continues untill 3 December please see flyer for more details.

 

 

 
 
 

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