Jacqui Parkinson

Textile Artist




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.



There are also hand-stitched banners of five 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.