Jacqui Parkinson

Textile Artist

 

Creation

Creation

Grief

Jacqui's Panels for hire

Between 2007 and 2010 Jacqui stitched 11 smaller textile exhibitions for Deo Gloria Trust. The exhibitions all have 10 screens [H 152cms W 46cms] with stands, which make the panels approximately 2 meters in height. They are easily assembled and have an integrated overhead light. These smaller exhibitions can now be hired directly from us - to view them please go to the gallery.

• Angels
• Creation
• The Journey
• River of Life
• Beatitudes
• Jesus is . . .
• Prayer
• Rites of Passage
• Our Father
• good grief?
• Servant King

The Journey is based on the ‘Stations of the Cross’ so is particularly ideal for Easter, although, of course it’s a story which is always relevant! 'Our Father' was designed using the ideas of junior school children so would work well in a context where there are children.

The exhibition 'good grief?' was an expression of Jacqui’s personal grief at the death of her first husband Rob Frost so might work well in a hospital chapel setting.

Because of its vibrant colours the 'Servant King' would be a good set of screens for centres where colour is important.

These exhibitions would be brought to you and assembled on site. They are available for hire for a relatively small charge: partly dependent on travelling expenses.

The book 'Threads through Life and Faith', which has photographs of these textile exhibitions can be bought in Jacqui’s shop for £10.

The book 'good grief?' can also be bought for £10.

And smaller, individual textile pieces of work by Jacqui, can also be bought from the shop.

 

Banners


There are also hand-stitched banners of four of the textile exhibitions:
• Creation
• Our Father
• Jesus is . . .
• Prayer

Again, these banners are made up of ten screens [H 152cms W 46cms] with a metal bar threaded through a top hem with fishing wire for hanging and a metal strip inside a bottom hem to give the banner weight. These are available for hire at £50 for 4 to 8 weeks: they will be sent by post.

 

 

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