Work - Hannah Waldron
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Pestalo Series

2023

Hand weaving and hand embroidery on linen
Wool, silk, linen, naturally dyed felt and yarns – woad, madder, weld, indigo

Pestalo Series

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Sprinkle Water on the Web

Solo exhibition at Galerie Tator, Lyon FR

2023

Sprinkle Water on the Web

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Snail and Fly, and You and I

Interwoven world test chair

Scavenged Ash, Oak, Fir and Pine

Linen, Silk, Wool and Cotton, predominantly using natural dyes

2023, in collaboration with Hugh Frost

Snail and Fly, and You and I

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Sprinkle Water on the Web

Solo exhibition at Galerie Tator in Lyon, FR

2023

Sprinkle Water on the Web

Net Work

Net Work

Net Work large weaving

150 cm x 110 cm

Linen, bamboo, wool, and cotton

Madder, woad, indigo and weld natural dyes.

Care Takers Solo exhibition

Newlyn Art Gallery

Net Work

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ALMA

Solo exhibition

ALMA Artspace

2023

ALMA

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Care Takers solo exhibition at Newlyn Art Gallery

Solo exhibition

The Picture Room, Newlyn Art Gallery

2022

Care Takers solo exhibition at Newlyn Art Gallery

☀SOLMANIA☀ ☀SOLMANIA☀

☀SOLMANIA☀

Solo exhibition at Fotokino Studio, Marseille, FRANCE

10th October – 22nd November, 2020

‘Initially scheduled for spring, this solo exhibition presents sketches, drawings and tapestries made for the occasion. With these pieces, Hannah weaves stories steeped in cosmology and mythology, while probing the representation of space and time.’

Visit Fotokino’s website for more info

☀SOLMANIA☀

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Four Worlds

Published for herexhibition “Solmania” at the Studio Fotokino, this work displays on paper 4 tapestries of Hannah Waldron. Each one is reproduced as a concertina book, and is accompanied by a text written by the artist.The female weavers featured in these artworks represent four examples of the craftsperson as worldmaker, and relate to tales from classical Greece, the Tang dynasty in China, ancient Japan and the Hopi tribe in Northeastern Arizona.

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Four Worlds

☀SUN SCREEN☀ ☀SUN SCREEN☀ ☀SUN SCREEN☀

☀SUN SCREEN☀

2020

Woven Textile

Wool, cotton, bamboo, indigo

Presented at the exhibitions GLADE (UK) in September 2020 and at ☀SOLMANIA☀ at Fotokino, (FR) in October 2020

☀SUN SCREEN☀

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Frontier

Issue no 19

Published by Youth in Decline

2019

Weavings exhibited at Nui in Tokyo in 2019

Frontier

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Tsutsugaki Noren X LINK

Noren (暖簾) are Japanese fabric hanging dividers, used to gently define borders between rooms and spaces. By using vertical slits and keeping empty space below the fabric, the scene beyond is partially visible, encouraging passage.

These noren artworks ‘Desire Line 1’ and ‘Mountain Folds’ by Hannah Waldron are produced by LINK,  and are hand dyed by the Nagata dyeing house in Izumo, Japan. Shigenobu and Masao Nagata — fourth and fifth generation father and son craftsmen are one of only a few remaining natural indigo dye houses in all of Japan.

Read more in Hannah’s blog post or see more photos in LINK’s blog post (Japanese)

Buying enquiries please visit LINK’s page

Tsutsugaki Noren X LINK