Quilting with Arrange Whatever Pieces Come Your Way
Join Sheelagh Boyce and Annabelle Harty as they hand quilt on the GHL table, using local architecture as inspiration. The quilts incorporate loved garments from chefs Fergus and Margot Henderson, architect Brian Henderson, architect Stephen Harty and artist Martin Boyce.
Join Sheelagh Boyce and Annabelle Harty as they hand finish daybed-sized quilts on the GHL table. They are using the architecture and space of the local area as the subject matter for the front and back of each quilt, made from their collection of loved clothes. The quilts incorporate an Issey Miyake dress belonging to Annabelle’s mother, some Brooks Brothers shirts from chef Fergus Henderson and architect Brian Henderson, trousers from chef Margot Henderson and architect Stephen Harty, and Comme des Garçons shirts from artist Martin Boyce.
Arrange Whatever Pieces Come Your Way was established in 2016 by Sheelagh and Annabelle. At the centre of their partnership is a shared interest and experience in architecture, art, food and fashion. They have developed a way of seeing that is described in these quilts through their execution, their design and their materiality. From collected images, travels, ideas and memories, they take architecture, a building or a place and respond in either intimate detail or broad context through literal, graphic or abstracted representations.