The launch of Kate Tulett’s debut book, Turning Tides, and solo exhibition of originals will be held in her Art for All studio at Wickham’s Courtyard, Limpsfield High Street on 21st June to 21st August, following on from the Surrey Artists Open Studio week and appropriately, the ‘summer solstice’.
This will be your chance to see her work, buy an original, print, postcard or copy of her book.
You don’t need to wait until 21st June either, you can order your limited edition copy today, here!
How it happened
A year ago, on her 50th Birthday, Kate Tulett accepted a challenge from a friend to create 50 illustrated Appreciations. 52 weeks and 52 “Appreciations” later (Kate likes to go above and beyond so she did 2 extra!), the challenge is complete and her work will be turned into a book and exhibition, entitled Turning Tides.
See each and every one of her appreciations HERE.
Turning Tides, a sign of new beginnings
“Turning Tides”, is a collection of Kate’s Appreciations, which celebrates a moment in time, a sign of new beginnings, the mark of spiritual survival.
Kate’s appreciations are all about finding that moment every day, or week, to appreciate “a little life, but a powerful and brave one”. They are empowering and appreciative of every person’s “ordinary” life and designed to promote positive mental health.
The book is designed to take you on a journey of self-discovery through the power of textiles art and writing. Through the valuable opportunity Kate experienced while undertaking the project, she developed a conscious appreciation of people, places and things that she may have once overlooked in a year where she learned to value every moment.
With beautiful imagery and captivating storytelling, Turning Tides will have you hooked from the very first page.
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