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Exhibitions

Avant Gardeners; 1 May to 25th September 2022, Houghton Hall, Norfolk

Six of Jen’s pieces are selected for inclusion in the summer exhibition as part of Avant Gardeners; created by Contemporary and Country shown alongside the permanent collection of sculptures from world renowned artists such as Richard Long, Rachel Whiteread and Henry Moore

Knitted Lives at the Framework Knitting Museum, October 2021

The Knitted Lives project is an ongoing celebration and exploration of knitting in all its forms from the mundane to the magnificent. In addition to an open invitation to the community to wear and share their knitted wonders or disasters; Jen showed a selection of her artworks in the Chapel gallery as well as giving a talk about her findings from her conversations with knitters.

2nd International Micro Textile Art Exhibition; June 2021, Ivano-Frankivs’k, Ukraine

Vortex was selected by jury for inclusion alongside a further 52 artists from 22 countries from Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and USA.

Each work must fit in a space no larger than 5x5x5cm

escaping expectations

Un/Framed; Swiss Fiber Art in collaboration with the Vielfaeltig Produzentengalerie, Autumn 2020

‘escaping expectations’ was selected by jury for inclusion in an international group exhibition showing in 2 locations in Switzerland alongside work from a further 28 artists drawn from 13 countries.

An Ideal Woman? Jen was one of ten international artists selected to have a dedicated gallery space in the Knit and Stitch show of 2019, the largest textile event in the UK

Winter Fair 2020/21, Thrown Contemporary Gallery

Golden Bough

Digital winter exhibition of selected works by 75 artists and makers

Basketry: Weaving the cycle of life, 450th anniversary of the Worshipful Guild of Basket makers, February 2019

Over 40 stallholders from all over the UK came together in the Old Library at Guildhall to celebrate the 450th  anniversary of the foundation of the Company in 1569.  
​​​​​​​The Fair was opened by HRH The Duchess of Gloucester GCVO and guests from most of the other 109 Livery Companies attended.

Bloomsbury Festival, 2016

Touch Screen
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Group exhibition as part of the annual celebration of Bloomsbury’s pioneering creativity, presenting an inspiring programme of arts, science, literature, discussion and reflectiondfdasfdas

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