Posts Tagged 'printmaking'

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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Cycle 4 AiR: Interview with Eleanor Anderson

Textile Arts Center: How did you first become involved with the Textile Arts Center? Eleanor Anderson: I first became involved with TAC when I was looking for artist residencies in textiles at the end of college. TAC: What medium do you

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Cycle 4 AiR: Interview with Eleanor Anderson

Textile Arts Center: How did you first become involved with the Textile Arts Center? Eleanor Anderson: I first became involved with TAC when I was looking for artist residencies in textiles at the end of college. TAC: What medium do you

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Artist in Residence: Eleanor Anderson

For the past eight months, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside fellow artist in residence, Eleanor Anderson.  Eleanor is a textile artist, printmaker, illustrator, bookbinder, surface designer, and all around talented lady. We took a break from studio work

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Artist in Residence: Eleanor Anderson

For the past eight months, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside fellow artist in residence, Eleanor Anderson.  Eleanor is a textile artist, printmaker, illustrator, bookbinder, surface designer, and all around talented lady. We took a break from studio work

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Hannah Schultz: Helplessly Happy Prints

This week, TAC’s alumni (and TAC’s friend + collaborator) Hannah Schultz graduated from FIT Textile Surface Design program. We already knew she was amazingly talented, but seeing her final show, I felt the need to shout it out loud for the

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Hannah Schultz: Helplessly Happy Prints

This week, TAC’s alumni (and TAC’s friend + collaborator) Hannah Schultz graduated from FIT Textile Surface Design program. We already knew she was amazingly talented, but seeing her final show, I felt the need to shout it out loud for the

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Coast to Coast: Meet Assemble Gallery&Studio

I just got back from a really really sweet vacation in Seattle. It was my first time in the Pacific Northwest, and I loved being so near the water, lush Nature, and the dramatic mountains! I got a chance so

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Coast to Coast: Meet Assemble Gallery&Studio

I just got back from a really really sweet vacation in Seattle. It was my first time in the Pacific Northwest, and I loved being so near the water, lush Nature, and the dramatic mountains! I got a chance so

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