Celebration in Stitch

An exhibition of hangings by MEG at Sarum, an art embroidery group that have met quarterly at Sarum College for the past seven years.

The exhibition is inspired by the ambience of the buildings and how, we as members of the extended Sarum College community, are enfolded in the ethos, the warmth of hospitality, the community of caring, as well as the structures of the building.

View a full description of MEG, its members and their hangings

The MEG artists and their banners are:

Christine Highnett
Layers of Learning
(Refectory)
Marion ConstanceSpirit Rising
(ground floor)
Louise WainwrightJourney of Life
(Refectory)
Jane MayhewCollege Library
(Sarum College Library)
Adrianne WoodfineThe Glory of Music
(Refectory)
Vicky BiltonThere is no key to happiness, the door is always open
(first floor)
Jane SeviourAll are Welcome
(Reception)
Jill JordanSarum
(Refectory)
Janet CrowtherEthos
(Refectory)

The Sarum community is grateful to MEG members for donating the Celebration in Stitch series to the College. Following this exhibition of all nine pieces (until 21 November), the banners will be on display around the college and in between future exhibitions.

Machine embroidery is a process whereby a sewing or embroidery machine is used to create patterns on textiles.

Exhibitions are free and open to the public. Please arrange your visit and adhere to our safety protocols.

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