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Eta Ingham Lawrie with piece from her Bede's World exhibition Above and Below
Eta Ingham Lawrie with piece from her Bede's World exhibition Above and Below

The latest exhibition at Alnwick’s Bailiffgate Museum is will see a trooping of colours using fabric as a medium.

The Wonder of Colour, is the work of the acclaimed weaver Eta Ingham Lawrie, of Duns in the Scottish Borders, and it is now on display at the museum.

Eta’s free-style wall-hangings, made with her own hand-dyed wools and fleeces, are inspired by the landscapes of Snowdonia and the Borders.

Much of the work on show is for sale.

Eta said: “I love to exhibit my work at Bailiffgate. The space is so large, light and restful. I hope visitors will enjoy seeing my work in such a beautiful space.”

Jane Mann, a trustee at the museum, said: “I was overwhelmed the first time I saw Eta’s wall-hangings. She unfurled them on the museum floor, and the colours and textures were just exquisite.”

Eta is also running workshops, all over subscribed.

For more details, visit www.
bailiffgatemuseum.co.uk