Monday, January 19, 2015

Winter Exhibits

Several pieces on exhibit during these gray winter months...

River Triptych
(paper collage on old book covers)
On exhibit at the 2015 Annual Washington State Juried Art Show
January 24 - February 28, 2015
CVG Gallery, Bremerton, WA

 Red Rivers, An Embroidered Book Page
(red silk embroidery thread, paper) 

The Needle and the Sword, A History of the Early Women's Movement in 24 Hankies
(unique artist's book, vintage hankies & doilies, heat-transfer images, fabric & lace applique, buttons, beads, ribbon on calico and cotton fabric pages)

Both on exhibit at Women's Caucus for Art, St. Louis Chapter, "Contemporary
Women Artists XVII Reimagining Femmage," Feb. 20 - April 3, 2015
Foundry Art Center, St. Louis, MO


  1. I didn't realize you incorporate embroidery in your work, too. I love the texture it adds. I hope "Needs and the Sword" gets exhibited around Seattle -- I would love to see it in person.

  2. Thanks, Claudia, I'll post a heads up if that one is in another local exhibition (it was up in La Connor at the Quilt & Textile Museum for a couple months last year, and it was really fun to wander around all the truly fabulous quilts and textiles and find my little book amidst them...).