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Ribble Valley Borough Council

Platform Gallery 2011 Exhibitions

Small Worlds and Winter Worlds

Platform Gallery Christmas exhibitions

15 October to 24 December 2011

Join us for home baked biscuits and cider punch on

Sat 15 October 12.30 - 2.30pm.
Ribble Valley Mayor Simon Hoare will launch our two winter exhibitions

Small Worlds

This exhibition takes delight in all things minute and miniature.

Marvel at the skill of craftspeople that create their own tiny worlds from metal, wood, textiles and ceramics. From teeny automata to flying fairies and magical paper worlds, this exhibition will amaze and delight viewers of all ages!

Final exhibitor list: Alan Ardiff, Sarah Jane Brown, Samantha Bryan, Nicola Cheers, Bryony Knox, Helen Musselwhite, Helen Noakes, Janice Parker, Fiona Sant, Serena Partridge, Wanda Sowry, Angela and Lawrence St Leger, Adele Taylor, Melanie Tomlinson.

Samantha Bryan and Serena Partridge will also be running one-day workshops at the Platform Gallery in November - please see website for details.

Winter Worlds

Our annual selection of hand-crafted gifts has become famous through out the north of England. Each year we hand pick the best of contemporary craft from across the UK and offer a unique selection of gorgeous jewellery, textiles, ceramics, glass and small scale gift to delight the eye and the pocket. This year we will be focussing on gifts with a really wintery feel, from icy chandelier jewellery by Corrinne Evans, to cosy sheepskin accessories by Miss Foxglove. For a humorous touch why not try a sprout wreath by Wigan's Sew Sew Crafty, or cute printed stationery by Blackburn's Owl & Cat designs? All in all, over 100 artists will be taking part, many from Lancashire and the north of England, so don't miss out on this feast of new ideas for the festive season.