Clarendon Blues

 

 

4 thoughts on “Clarendon Blues

  1. Trevor Burrowes says:

    “Clarendon Blues includes 30 works on fabric and paper exploring the loss of the African connection through indigo and embroidery.”

    Will you show a series of textiles demonstrating the progression of loss?

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    1. Lucille says:

      These are a few pieces from the series. The full series contains 30 pieces alongside text. The imperfections in the indigo dyeing, the deep dark blue tones favoured in sub Saharan Africa, the unfinished and unravelled threads are intended to capture the loss and disconnection. I am hoping to continue the research in Jamaica with local communities. Watch this space for an update!

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