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Colour with a U Too - a SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Associates) Canadian Exhibit

Dec. 3, 2020 - Feb. 17, 2021

J.Franklin Wright Gallery

Port Hawkesbury, NS

March 2 - April 10, 2021

Agnes Jamieson Gallery, Minden ON

Oct. 7 - Nov. 10, 2022

Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John's, NL

 

 

 

 

Colours on the Rock

18" X 36"

Exhibition Venues

current

Weaving the World Together

                                   18" X 36"

 

A Fibre Art Network Travelling Exhibit

Threads of Hope is based on hope, longing and desire for the future of the world. Each fibre art piece will have a red "thread" entering the left side and exiting the right side of the art at 3" finished width on both sides. The art work will be hung so that the Threads of Hope connect.

Godfrey Dean Art Gallery Yorkton, SK

Jan.4 - Feb.28, 2021

Place des Arts Coquitlam, BC

April 1 - May 27, 2021

Fibre Works Gallery Madeira Park, BC

Aug. 7 - Sept.12, 2021

The Old School House Qualicum Beach, BC

Nov. 9 - Dec.17, 2021

Thunder Bay Museum ON

Jan. 11 - March 27, 2022

 

                       For the Birds                        FAN Exhibit

will also be available as a Power Point Presentation

Opening Fall 2021 

For the Birds is FAN’s third small format boxed exhibit that will be available for loan to small venues such as guilds and libraries. 

 

 

Chromatopia

Chromatopia is a FAN exhibition inspired by Picasso’s mono-chromatic works in his blue period. Each artist was challenged to explore their own individual theme through the creation of two monochromatic textile artworks using two assigned colour hues. 

Chromatopia visually explores the colour spectrum while preserving the unique individualistic style of each artist.

Each piece is 12” X 12”.

 

Showcasing at:

 

Vancouver Convention Centre

Quilt Canada 2022

June 15-18, 2022

Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery

Frank, AB

June 10 - July 9, 2023

 

 

Home Sweet Home 8" x 8"

Upcoming

 

On the Bias

FAN Travelling Exhibit

 

 M. Vionnet (1876 – 1975) revolutionized women’s garments, eschewing corsets for comfortable garments accentuating the natural form. She also instituted ground breaking working conditions for her employees.                                                               Queen of the Bias Cut             16" X 16"

 

'SAQA Benefit Auction'

 

Studio Art Quilt Associates

My donation quilt for for the SAQA auction 2022. All proceeds help support SAQA's exhibition and outreach programs.

                                                                      Blue Moon                           12" X 12"

Low Tide 1 and 2

Old Growth

16" X 16"

 

 

 

Tangled in Blue 

FYBR2RT Exhibit

White Rock Public Library

White Rock BC

February 2 - 27, 2023

 

Anvil Centre

New Westminster BC

November 27, 2023 - January 25, 2024

 

 

 

 

Blue Moon of Darkover

16" X 16"

A Fibre Art Network Travelling Exhibit

Resist

Resist’ explores resist techniques while preserving the unique individualistic style of each artist.

Resist – an art technique that uses several layers to expose or define a design in negative space. Resistant substances are applied as a coating to protect a surface during some process eg. prevent dye adhering.

Resist can be be artistic, positive, negative, frightening or enlightening…..to stand firm or hold out (against), not yield (to), fight (against). To resist something such as change – you refuse to accept it and try to prevent it…..resist temptation of…..couldn’t resist teasing or laughing at……

Penticton Art Gallery 

Penticton BC

September 22 - November 4, 2023

 

 

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