I was really pleased and honored
to be invited to participate in Fiber ARTlanta,
an exhibit sponsored by SEFAA,
the Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance.
A portion of my piece "Letters Home 1970"
is on the left in the postcard collage above.
We attended the opening on Friday evening,
and it was nice to connect with friends, both old and new,
and to view some very exciting pieces.
My SAQA friend Ruth Ann Yax had two pieces on exhibit.
This is her piece "Circles"
based on a class she took with Robbi Joy Eklow:
and this is "Celebration",
and original design:
My photos do not do justice to either of these
I loved studying the pieces by Linda DeMars:
again, my photo does not do justice to her incredible work.
Linda employs hooking, crochet and needle felting
in these two pieces.
A detail shot of the piece in the foreground,
so you may appreciate Linda's fine work:
and here is the background piece:
These are two pieces in Linda's series,
"What My Feet See",
which is about the intersection of the natural
and man-made world.
very, very interesting!
I was delighted to see the work of Lucinda Carlstrom,
and look forward to learning more about her,
and possibly spending a bit of time with her.
You have seen these pieces before,
but here they are on display:
"Letters Home 1970"
"Letters Home 1917"
"Pickled Beets and Cherry Pits"
I loved the lighting on "Letters Home 1970" -
it really showed off the iridescent threads I had
used for quilting!
thanks for popping in!
peace to you!