My first textile exhibition

Published November 15, 2017

Throughout 2017, I found myself with less time to paint as we were running a full time Bed and Breakfast business from our home.

I developed a fascination with dyeing and began to experiment with shibori – the ancient Japanese art of folding, pleating, twisting and even stitching fabric, prior to immersion in dye.  I haven’t tried the stitching yet, but have been experimenting with lots of different ways of folding and tying.

In the evenings, my creative outlet was spinning yarn and crochet.


These scarves and shawls were on display at the Harbour Cottage Gallery Christmas Fayre from 5th – 16th December 2017.  After that, check the shop to see what is available.


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Hi, I'm Glenda

artist & web designer

I live by the sea in southern Scotland and paint contemporary artwork for people who love a splash of colour on their walls.

Read more

You May Also Like…

A subtle re-brand or a change of mindset?

A subtle re-brand or a change of mindset?

The keen-eyed amongst you may have noticed a subtle branding change in my header. Nothing too earth shattering, but instead of Glenda Waterworth Fine Art, you will notice my strapline now says “Fine Art & Dye Studio.”

read more
Curling wave

Curling wave

Watercolour again – still find it incredibly challenging, still aiming for a lightness of touch that eludes me.

read more

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This