Wednesday, 25 January 2017

the journey starts here.......

For the Material Girls next adventure with the National Trust we are leaving behind John Harle and the 18th century and exploring the 1940s when Rainham Hall was requisitioned as a children's nursery. Our exhibition at the Hall in September will be inspired by wartime childhood so research has commenced with a trip to the  V&A  Museum of Childhood at Bethnal Green.

Julie, Marie, Margaret and Jill images by Chris



Monday, 23 January 2017

A Busy Time

All our work (except for one piece) has been removed from National Trust Rainham Hall ready for the instillation of their new program which will be in place ready for the spring opening in March. 

The Material Girls will still be involved in the house as Beverley's 'Will' remains in the room with John Harle's original Will. In the meantime we are working on our next body of work for the Hall due to be exhibited at the Hall later in the Summer! 

If you missed our 'WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF JOHN HARLE' at National Trust Rainham Hall it's not to late the Exhibition is moving to Havering Museum, Romford, Essex 29th March - 8th July 2017. 

This is a busy year we are currently working on our upcoming exhibition at Essex Wildlife Trust- Ingrebourne Valley - Hornchurch Country Park 29th April- 1st May 2017. In the meantime here is a very edited image of Margaret's work in progress.

Saturday, 17 December 2016

We Wish You A Merry Christmas

and a Happy New Year and thank you for your support during 2016. The upcoming year is going to be a very busy year for us we'll be posting details of exhibition dates and venues in the New Year!



Friday, 18 November 2016

Frost Fayre 26th and 27th November

The Material Girls will be at Rainham Hall in the Hayloft, they will be demonstrating and sell their work and gifts. 

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

The Mall Galleries

Two Material Girls Chris and Helen have work in this exhibition, pop along if your in London and see theirs and lots of other very talented artists work!

Don't forget to click on the images to enlarge them.