Hadron Collider Quilts from Kate Findlay
Classes with Kate Findlay • Educational, G, 12-Aug-2022
We took the opportunity of catching up with Kate when her quilts were on display at the Lady Sew & Sew warehouse in Henley-upon-thames during the Structures exhibition.
Kate describes the inspiration she obtained from the Collider itself. How the colours reflect those experienced and subsequently how she has correctly interpreted some of the items.
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