Posts Tagged 'exhibitions'

November Fiber Art Picks!

Xenobia Bailey amongst her work. Photo courtesy of MAD. Xenobia Bailey “Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field” Museum of Art and Design Through December 17, 2017   Two new artists, Xenobia Bailey and Maria Hupfield, rotate into the second

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November Fiber Art Picks!

Xenobia Bailey amongst her work. Photo courtesy of MAD. Xenobia Bailey “Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field” Museum of Art and Design Through December 17, 2017   Two new artists, Xenobia Bailey and Maria Hupfield, rotate into the second

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Quilts at Dunedin Fine Art Center

If you are in the area of quiet Dunedin, Florida, make sure you stop by the incredible quilt exhibits they have running currently through August 11th at the Dunedin Fine Art Center. Betty Busby: Unseen   IQ Quilters: Masterpieces &

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Quilts at Dunedin Fine Art Center

If you are in the area of quiet Dunedin, Florida, make sure you stop by the incredible quilt exhibits they have running currently through August 11th at the Dunedin Fine Art Center. Betty Busby: Unseen   IQ Quilters: Masterpieces &

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Drawings in Wood + Cotton

Have you had a chance to stop by TAC Manhattan for our current exhibition by Francesca Capone and Elise McMahon? …if not you have two more weeks! Here are some of my favorite pieces… But don’t take my word for it…come

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Drawings in Wood + Cotton

Have you had a chance to stop by TAC Manhattan for our current exhibition by Francesca Capone and Elise McMahon? …if not you have two more weeks! Here are some of my favorite pieces… But don’t take my word for it…come

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NYC Museum of Art & Design’s new Exhibit, “Hanging Around”- a tribute to the art of necklaces

The tradition and art of jewelry is said to be as old as 100,000 years old. The reasons for wearing these adorning extras has changed and varied just as long as the art has been alive. Whether it be symbolic

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NYC Museum of Art & Design’s new Exhibit, “Hanging Around”- a tribute to the art of necklaces

The tradition and art of jewelry is said to be as old as 100,000 years old. The reasons for wearing these adorning extras has changed and varied just as long as the art has been alive. Whether it be symbolic

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