Posts by Fleur Andreas

The Makers’ Art 2017

An exhibition of the North Surrey Group of the Society of Designer Craftsmen to be held in the Cranleigh Arts Centre, GU6 8AS.  Tuesday 5th – Saturday 30th September 2017,  10.00 – 16.30pm, closed on Sundays and Mondays, free entry. Some of my work will be shown in Part 2 (19th – 30th September)  

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A Touch of Silk

This is an exhibition held at Whitchurch Silk Mill in Hampshire comprising work from the members of the south east group of the Spinners, Weavers and Dyers Guild.  One of my scarves will be included.

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Surrey Artists’ Open Studios

I will be one of five local artists showcasing textiles, ceramics, glass and landscape painting. 3rd,4th, 6th – 11th June 2017. Onslow Artist’s Studio, Guildford GU2 7SH. www.surreyopenstudios.org.uk

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Arts & Crafts Design Award 2017

I have been nominated for the Arts & Crafts Design Award 2017 with the following message:- ” To be nominated for the Arts & Crafts Design Award is a great achievement and a proof of fantastic artistic quality of the nominated artist. The carefully pre-selected Group of Nominees is an exclusive circle of artists, with…

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SAOS Online Shop

I am taking part in the Surrey Artists’ Open Studios Online Shop which has now opened. Do please take a look and tell your friends and contacts too.   online-shop-postcard-2016-v3  

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Craft&Design Selected Makers Award

The September/October 2016 edition of Craft&Design magazine has now been published, with all of the Selected Maker Award Winners’ profiles.  Because I won a Silver Award in the Textiles and Needlecrafts section there is a page about my work.

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Craft & Design Magazine’s Selected Maker Awards 2016

I was delighted to have been awarded a Silver Award in the textiles and needlecraft section of Craft & Design Magazine’s Selected Maker Awards 2016. Judge’s statement:  “Fleur Andreas hand weaves shawls, scarves and wall hangings. She has a connection with natural fibres, preferring to work with silk, merino, cotton and bamboo, which she dyes…

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