Opened on Friday night,
at Mitchell•Giddings Fine Arts,
in Brattleboro, VT.
It was a wonderful evening!
Our artist talk is Saturday, October 27, at 5:00pm.
The show will be open through November 18.
For more images, click here.
Such a remarkable exhibit at The Clark in Williamstown, MA, on view through September 3. Definitely worth a trip!
"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!
"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 Fuller Craft Museum, in Brockton, MA, does road trips. This week a busload of people journeyed to Brattleboro. My studio was included on their tour. It was an exciting few hours, a craft show in my own studio, with great conversations.
I am very pleased to be the featured artist in Cindy Stephens' Artist Blog.
Check it out here.
"Elemental Woman" is included in the exhibit and catalog, "All Things Considered: Basketry in the 21st Century," sponsored by the National Basketry Organization. The exhibit is currently at the American Art Company in Tacoma, later traveling to Peters Valley in NJ, and the Society of Arts + Crafts in Boston.
"For the past few years I have been working on projects averaging 1 ½-2 years to complete. These allow me to apply specific details of changing weather patterns to my art. I am fascinated by extreme weather variations that have become the new normal and how these changes can be expressed using color and shape while exposing odd temperature leaps. These are created as patterns intended to visualize and reveal concerns about the human experience in relation to climate change."
"For 'Weatherscape' I created a 101 color pallet and assigned each color a corresponding temperature. A day is represented by a hexagon carved into 24 sections for each hour and each hour is painted the corresponding temperature. A central hexagonal section is painted with the mean temperature of the day. Each day of every month is woven together like a quilt and suspended about 1/2” from the wall.
Monthly units fit into one another like a behive. Months are identified with plates divided into 3 sections: Colors on left are the months' low; right the months' high; center the months' mean temperature. Running along the bottom edge is the entire color pallet (think map legend), numbered with coordinating temperatures.
'Weatherscape' will be completed by late summer 2017. Photos show about 70% of the project."
Check her website here!