Saturday, December 29, 2018
Brown (Needle Lace) in Art Cloth Network's exhibit UNBOUND
It's tough to make needle lace 4' long! Will it have the strength to hold its own weight without pulling apart? The answer is YES!! Though truly transparent, this baby hangs beautifully. The exhibit, Unbound, can be seen in La Conner, Washington, at the Pacific Northwest Museum of Quilts and Textiles, from January 9 - March 24, 2019.
Off to Elements
After Schwitters is winging its way to the Marin Society of Artists Gallery in San Rafael, California. It was accepted in their juried show of work which references elements from the Periodic Table. This piece has windows (yes, REAL windows) and collaged bits of copper, aluminum and bronze among many other items including paper and fiber. Though not visible in these photos, the piece is beautifully framed by Colleen at Kathy's Gallery in Torrence, CA. Opening reception is January 11 from 5-8 and the show is up until February 2. Stop by if you are in the Bay Area or wine country!
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