Anne Williams.

Anne Williams


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Artwork 1
Evening Light Helford Estuary, Cornwall

Walking from home, reconnecting with the beautiful Helford Estuary, Cornwall, my younger daughters favourite view on the day she told me that I was to be a Grandmother!


Materials and Techniques
Merino dyed wool, Seacell, wet felted
Artwork size in CM: Width 59cm….……… Length ..……83cm


Artwork 2 
Sunset in a gig on the Isles of Scilly

Memories of twenty plus years of gig rowing in Cornwall. Reconnecting with the history of the sport. The Shah gig, built in 1872, the white paint reflecting the blue in the sunset, looking over, the Islands.


Materials and Techniques
Merino dyed wool, wet felted
Artwork size in CM: Width..44cm.……… Length…57cm


Artwork 3
Friesian cow

Walking from our house, reconnecting with the local dairy farm, and remembering my first job milking Friesian cows


Materials and Techniques
Armature wire, base lleyn washed and carded, finishing with dyed merino wool, needle felted
Artwork size in CM: Width…34 cm……… Length………38 cm


Elana Sigal

Title: Sign Of The Times
This piece is reminiscent of a kaleidoscope in the patterns in the felted fringed border. The constantly  changing nature of the patterns in a kaleidoscope reflect changes in our daily life. The centre section is separated and is composed of cells. These cells are ever-changing as are those which are present in the Covid-19 virus. Each cell or bubble can be a reference to our need for social distancing and maintaining our household bubbles to prevent the spread of Covid. A Kaleidoscope can be used as an escape from our regular daily view of things in our immediate world. An escape that seems much needed at this time. The piece is shaped like a shield to reflect how we need to shield ourselves against and from the present pandemic.  


Materials and Techniques
Wet and needle felted wool


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