Some of the textiles were amazingly complicated - and so skilful in their execution. It was the simple ones that attracted me and brought out the coloured pencils ("Laurentian", bought in Canada ... last century!) -
Two hours happily spent "colouring". Then I had another look around and found, upstairs, pieces from Japan - including this waistcoat, my favourite piece in the entire exhibition -
|a touch of red|
Colour ... coloured pencils ... was so necessary!
Najlaa's patterning -
exhibition finishes on 25 June at 5pm and is well worth a visit.