Karin Millson and myself have had work accepted for Hive’s exhibition “Curiousities” in Medicine Hat, Alberta, through April 2012.
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My artquilt/wall hanging “Winter Prairie” is being exhibited at the Canadian Quilters Association National show in Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 2012. My favourite photo of this piece is during the final stage of completion: I also have the pleasure of being featured in an article by Joe Lewis (FibreQuarterly and The Velvet Highway writer) about buttons being used in textile art, in the current issue of Canadian magazine “A Needle Pulling Thread”. Second show acceptance of the day!!!!!!!!! “Padded Cell” will be at the DaDe Gallery’s “FABRICation” show !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ecoprinted, rusted and indigo cottons and silks, hand and machine [...]
Lyn Pflueger’s fibre pieces ‘feltskin’ and ‘ruana’ are featured in Lark Craft’s 500 Felt Objects: Contemporary Explorations of a Remarkable Material. Way to go, Lynn!!!!
And why am i showing this on the group blog? Because if you have any interest in eco printing with rose leaves (and a few other leaf types as well), i am a floral designer by day–that means i have access to rose leaves all year round. If you’d like any, just contact me and i’ll save you some, no cost, no hidden agenda. The photo on top was done with leaves from a naturalized Alberta rosa, leaving delicate prints, but not a lot of detail. The ones below were done with commercial rose leaves, resulting in a more robust [...]
All of us so focused on the set-up on the 3rd of October 2010!
The show is up! If you can’t attend, you can see a slideshow here.
This is my first exhibit in 17 years and my first solo! I’m obviously excited and scared all at the same time. The Untitled Art Society approved my submission for their +15 Window ( located nearby the Jack Singer Concert Hall) in the Calgary Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts. The show opens on April 9th and will run until May 30th.
If any one is going to the Maiwa Symposium, check this out.(Click on the post title) I WISH i could go, have always admired her work. Can you imagine a three day workshop with her????There are also other events listed on the main page of that site for the Symposium.