Rozanne Hawksley is known as one of the UK’s great textile art innovators, whose work lies far beyond simple categories. Her best known piece, Pale Armistice, is now in the permanent collection of the Imperial War Museum, and has been widely exhibited. Rich in allegorical references, her work charts an odyssey encompassing the universal and intensely personal. Recurrent themes are the fragility of the human condition and the immorality of war.
Thought-provoking, unnervingly beautiful textile work published by Ruthin Craft Centre & Lund Humphries.
Language of Clay
Books / Exhibition
The Language of Clay is a series of solo exhibitions of work by practitioners who use and express clay in very different ways. LOC: Part One comprises three touring exhibitions by artists Anna Noël, Micki Schloessingk and Anne Gibbs. Each artist approaches the medium with varying perspectives, experiences and skills.
Lawn were asked to design all three publications along with exhibition items.