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totally incredible and inspiring work
Posted by karen Reiner on 01/05/08, 3:20 pm
I was totally blown away by susan collis’ work, i thought it was extreemly inspired and was an exiting adventure for the viewer. amazing.
Posted by steph on 18/01/08, 2:22 pm
I haven’t been this invigorated by anything in ages. It really blew me away. I spent a good 15 minutes on my hands and knees poring over the dust sheets alone. The table was simply beautiful. .
Posted by Hannah on 11/12/07, 4:00 pm
Susan Collis’s work really impressed me, how the what appears mundane is so beautiful. I couldn’t stop myself pointing it out to those who said “It’s just paint on a table”!
Posted by Jacqui Roach on 11/12/07, 3:59 pm
I can’t stop thinking about the table, and how it seemed so ordinary until I looked really closely and saw the mother of pearl. How lovely. I have the urge to carve up my dining table now… a small but perfectly formed exhibition.
Posted by Gaynor on 21/11/07, 12:10 pm
I loved this. I loved having to stop and really look to discover what it was about, finding the precious hidden in the everyday.
Posted by judith cole on 20/11/07, 9:54 am
Susan’s table was the best thing I saw on my visit to London. So beautifully made and such a wonderful idea. It reminded me of my father’s workplace where I loved to spend time as a child. Nobody thought those old splatters were nice, but I as a child thought they were lovely and special. The family threw the table away when they cleaned the house after his death. I was too young to intervene. Susan brought all the childhood innocence and love for my father back to me in her precious table.
Posted by clara van beek on 20/11/07, 9:54 am
this exhibit blew me away - the best thing i’ve seen in ages
Posted by Jennie on 14/11/07, 4:36 pm
These jewels are amazing - I really like the way they are presented too, like you wouldn’t know what they were as they are so unremarkable at first glance.