A sequence of events

Claire Heminsley

1st & 2nd February 2020


2 day fee £95

sequence [seekwens] n order in which events or objects follow each other, succession; series.

pattern [patern] n model to be copied; shape to be copied in making something; sample; artistic arrangement of repeated parts.

This 2 day workshop will explore the possibilities of incorporating sequences, patterns and repetition within an artwork. We will develop experimental ideas, through the use of imagery, the drawn mark, text, layers and shape.

The outcome will be open ended; whether producing a sequence of images, an artists book, a graphic sequence, an installation or a series of repeat patterns, it will be driven by your interpretation.

We will also examine how a variety of media and techniques can be used to develop these new ideas, leading to new starting points for your artwork.

You will work individually, but with strong support from Claire and will have a chance to discuss and share ideas with the rest of the group. There will be technical demonstrations throughout the weekend.

This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience.

If you have any questions about the course or would like to a place email Claire here claire@incahoots.org.uk

Claire’s websites:- www.claireheminsley.com           www.incahoots.org.uk

Claire Heminsley studied textiles at The Glasgow School of Art.

She set up INCAHOOTS 30 years ago and expanded her work to include illustration. During this time she has worked on a wide range of commissions, exhibitions and projects. Claire works with a broad range of media and consequently has a diverse output, from detailed scraperboard prints to more experimental sculptural and mixed media pieces for exhibition. Her most recent solo exhibition ‘Objects of Celebration’ embodies all aspects of her practice. In August 2020 Claire will exhibit at The Pittenweem Festival, Fife.

Alongside this she has taught design, textiles and illustration in further and higher education and for workshops throughout Scotland. Her design practice feeds into her teaching and vice versa providing a perfect combination.



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