Events and Exhibitions

Really excited to announce a tour with Bespoke India Travel to Western India in November – the brochure is above and do get in touch if you have any queries.

Happy to be a judge for the Batsford Prize this year.

‘Stay at Home’ and passport cover

I am delighted to be a featured artist in a new book out now. ‘Unravelling Women’s Art’ was launched online via the Fashion and Textile Museum in London.


I have an interview and work included in a wonderful new book by Anne Kempton of the fantastic Timeless Textiles Gallery in Australia, called ‘Finding your Thread’ – you can read about it and preorder it here.

part of ‘Well Travelled’ at Ruthin Craft Centre



Delighted that my canvas ‘Home Series – Table Still Life’ has been selected for the prestigious St. Barbe Open exhibition from 30 April – 11 June 2022

‘Home Picture – Table Still Life’ (detail)

Pleased to hear that ‘Same Sea Different Boat’ is touring around England this year from May to December. Great to be a part of this exciting project..

‘Same Sea Different Boat’ at the Harley Gallery

Looking forward to exhibiting at Cowslip Workshops this summer in August

‘Quarantine Quilt’ at Cowslip 2021


Travelled and Wednesday Makers Group’ , Timeless Textiles Gallery, July 11 – August 21, 2022

Connecting themes of travel and migration taken from her most recent book ‘Textile Travels’, UK based artist, author and tutor Anne Kelly seeks to represent fragments of her practice in this new exhibition. As well as previously unseen pieces, Anne will repurpose archive work and elements of her solo exhibition from the Ruthin Craft Centre ‘Well Travelled’ in 2021. There will also be a community collaboration based on the theme of walking.


I sell work through my website shop and in exhibitions online and in person. Contact me to arrange a studio visit.

UK – I have small pieces for sale at Loop London:

Abroad: Australia – works for sale through Timeless Textiles, Newcastle, NSW

Canada – works and books for sale through Mississippi Valley Textile Museum, Almonte, Ontario

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