Juror Mary Welch has selected several of my handwoven and hand-dyed garments and accessories for inclusion in the upcoming Interwoven V exhibit. The exhibit will take place Oct. 19-27 at the 18 Hands Gallery, Houston, TX USA. Please join us at the reception on Sat., Oct. 19, 6-9 pm. Come and meet a fabulous groupContinue reading “Exhibition: Interwoven V…Houston, TX USA”
Please join us at the upcoming Houston Area Fiber Artists (HAFA) juried gallery show, October 23-November 10 at Gallery M Squared, Houston, TX. I have several pieces in the exhibit and look forward to seeing you at the reception held on Oct. 26!
High in the Yanbaru Forest, the Sango Kaku leaves fall… yes, the colorful maple leaves fall… on my scarf they do fall… My Yanbaru scarf now lives downunder…sold at the National Wool Museum Geelong, Australia exhibition hall…a new home where my Sango Kaku leaves now fall…
I’m so pleased that two of my fiberart pieces were selected by Shelley Sokolofsky, juror, for inclusion in the Coastal Fiberarts 2013 exhibit in Astoria, Oregon. The exhibit is presented by Astoria Visual Arts in cooperation with Clatsop Community College. My work in the exhibit includes a handwoven traditional Ryukyu Kasuri (ikat) fabric vest… andContinue reading “Coastal Fiberarts 2013”
The Houston Area Fiber Artists (HAFA) juried exhibit, “Focus on Fiber” opened on Saturday, September 22, 2012 at the 18 Hands Gallery in Houston, TX USA. The fiber works of many talented fiber artists are included in the show and may be viewed until September 30. HAFA has completed a web album of the annualContinue reading “Focus on Fiber 2012”
The Houston Area Fiber Artists (HAFA) juried exhibit “Focus on Fiber 2012″ will open this week in Houston, Texas USA. My hand-dyed shawl, “The Transformation”, was juried into the show by Sally Sprout. My cotton chiffon shawl underwent 3 phases of botanical dyework conducted in the U.S. and Trinidad, West Indies. The botanical plants utilizedContinue reading “Exhibition: “Focus on Fiber 2012″…Houston, Texas USA”
I’m so, so pleased. Yet, I am humbled too. My Ryukyu Ai (indigo) dyed silk shawl was included on “The Art of Fiber” exhibit poster. My shawl was created utilizing an ancient method of fermenting indigo leaves common to Okinawa. I grow the Ryukyu Ai (indigo) in my studio dye garden. I see that myContinue reading “Exhibition: “The Art of Fiber” Exhibit Poster”
Just in time for the holidays, The Workhouse Arts Center presents the exhibition, “The Art of Fiber” from November 23 – December 31, 2011. The exhibit is a celebration of “the beauty and creativity of the fiber arts”. I am so happy that one of my hand-dyed shawls was juried into the exhibit by jurorsContinue reading “Exhibition: “The Art of Fiber”…Lorton, Virginia USA”
The “Interwoven III” exhibit will open next week at the 18 Hands Gallery, Houston, Texas USA. I’ve been busy handspinning silk threads and weaving…a combination of recycled silk and kibiso silk are combined in my two scarves on display. You’re welcome to see for yourself and attend the opening reception on Saturday! “Interwoven III″ ExhibitContinue reading “Exhibition: “Interwoven III″…Houston, Texas USA”
The “Focus on Fiber 2011″ exhibit will open this week in Houston, Texas USA. One of my linen paper and silk stainless steel textiles is included in the juried show. Oh, happy day! You’re welcome to attend the opening reception at the Betz Art Gallery…hope to see you on Saturday!