Such a remarkable exhibit at The Clark in Williamstown, MA, on view through September 3. Definitely worth a trip!
It was a great week at Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program, in Williamsburg, MA. There was coiling and twining, cobbling and looping, amidst much chatter and a lot of laughter. What a great group of makers!
"Shelter" has a new home.
It has been acquired by the Department of World Cultures, at the National Museums Scotland, in Edinburgh.
I am so pleased.
"Standing in Strength" has gotten a lot of press these days!
This grouping is included in Fantastic Fibers 2018 at the Yeiser Art Center
in Paducah, Kentucky. The image was used on their show postcard
and in the "iList Western Kentucky" article.
It was also featured in the March 7 edition of Hand/Eye Magazine.
Check it out here!
Bangkok is a city of 8 million people, with hundreds of Buddhist temples and shrines, thousands of market stalls, and amazing food.
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Luang Pragband, Laos
Luang Prabang is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a beautiful city in north central Laos. Each morning, hundreds of monks walk through the streets collecting alms.
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Our guide told us that Siem Reap is a city with ½ million people and 6 traffic lights. Located nearby, Angkor Wat, a Hindu temple and UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the largest religious monument in the world.
A city of 8 million people and 5 million motorbikes. Crossing any street was a challenge; we were told to just start and keep on walking.
Halong Bay, Vietnam
Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, Halong Bay has over 2000 limestone islands, rising spectacularly from the water.
Polly bidding a fond farewell to Joker, our Bangkok guide
I am just home from a workshop held at North Country Studio Workshops in Bennington, Vermont. Taught by Annet Couwenberg, it was both stimulating and humbling. We worked with Fosshape, millinery wire, and buckram. Below is a photo of only some of the many little experiments I created in the last few days.
"Art 2 Art: Artists Inviting Artists" opened at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis, MD, on November 22. It runs through January 7, 2018. Each invited artist was asked to invite one other exhibitor; I was (and still am) honored to be invited by Susan Levi-Goerlich.
The Kentucky Museum, on the campus of Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, is a gem of a museum. Brent Bjorkman is the Director extraordinaire. The current exhibit, up through the end of June, is "A Culture Carried," about the 6,000 Bosnians who live in Bowling Green. You can learn more about it here. It is a moving exhibit, worth a visit in person or on-line.
The home of the original Dollar General Store, and, more importantly, The Basket Maker's Catalog!