Walford Mill Crafts, Stone Lane, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 1NL
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Exhibitions

 

2010 - 2011

Hidden Treasures Hidden Treasures

30th October - 31st December 2010

A seasonal exhibition of mixed contemporary crafts all for sale and available to take home on the day of purchase.

Lois WalpoleLois Walpole Urban Baskets; tradition recycled

11th September - 24th October 2010

A retrospective solo touring Exhibition of the work of Lois Walpole.

More than 30 pieces spanning a 28 year international career that demonstrates the range of skills and variety of materials employed that have made her work unique.
Using the medium of the basket, an instantly recognisable form, she has explored the use of natural and recycled materials to create objects that communicate on many levels, aesthetically and intellectually.

Gardener's Delight

31st July - 5th September 2010

Plant a seed of inspiration with a stunning selection of crafts for the garden and home at the Gardener's Delight summer exhibition here at Walford Mill.

Yvonne Morton

19th June - 25th July 2010

This exhibition presents an excellent opportunity for Walford Mill Crafts in Wimborne, Dorset to exhibit a significant body of work by this very talented and creative fibre artist.

h2o

22nd May - 13th June 2010

h2o is Walford Mill Crafts' contribution to Dorset Art Weeks 2010. Exhibition curator Christine Lawry has invited a selection of Dorset makers to contribute work that has been inspired by the theme of water.

Colour and Form

1st April - 16th May 2010

Walford Mill Crafts in Wimborne, Dorset is delighted to present 'Colour and Form', an exhibition that brings together three artists of national importance who share a passion for colour.

Making It

27th February - 28th March 2010

Walford Mill Crafts in Wimborne, Dorset has a proud tradition of offering support to developing artists and makers and the latest exhibition, 'Making It' is a fine example of this...

Raw TalentRaw Talent

9th January - 21st February 2010

Showcasing the amazing collection of work by the Rawling Family, Keith, Tiggy, and their sons Nic and William bring together their great talents and years worth of experience for the first time in a special family exhibition.