Sunday, 7 May 2017

Centrepieces Visit to the Turner Contemporary Gallery.







Our trip to Margate's 'Turner Contemporary Gallery' to see the Textiles Exhibition 'Entangled' started on a beautiful sunny morning, which had evolved into a grey, cold, windy day by the time we had arrived at the Gallery's car park.  The crashing waves on the harbour just outside the gallery were awe inspiring, but we were all happy to enter the warmth of the Gallery.

For some of us, our first stop was the Gallery shop, usually something you do when you leave, but then again, for the rest of us, our first stop was in the cafe trying some of the lovely food they had on offer!
Margate harbour



Jean and Dawn (Pinkie) ready to get out of the cold wind!
John and Alex, quite happy out in the cold, like a couple of sea dogs.

A dramatic sea, well worth the cold to watch for a while!

Outside the Gallery, too cold to sit outside!
Denise one of our inspired Tutors, looking as if she always walks around with a dragon by her side.









Diana and I both liked this one, we wanted to make a coat out of it and wear it.










Like the sign said, this was an interactive installation, so we had fun interacting!


Jag looking beautiful in her installation hat.
Pinky looking like she's auditioning for a part as a hostage in a gangster film.
Alex looking like a seductive fisherman.

Karen looking totally Vogue!



















No Fiona, it doesn't go with your bag!

There were many more wonderful exhibits that we were all inspired by, it was a great day that we all thoroughly enjoyed and we look forward to more visits to this superb gallery.
 Written by Christie Cassisa.
Photos by Christie Cassisa.









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