Posts Tagged 'tali weinberg'

Work in Progress: Tali Weinberg

Tali Weinberg is a textile artist, teacher, activist, and writer who has dedicated the recent years of her artistic practice to making woven and sculptural work about climate change. As our July Work-in-Progress Artist, Tali is working on completing a

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Work in Progress: Tali Weinberg

Tali Weinberg is a textile artist, teacher, activist, and writer who has dedicated the recent years of her artistic practice to making woven and sculptural work about climate change. As our July Work-in-Progress Artist, Tali is working on completing a

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July Fiber Art Picks!

Samantha Bittman Untitled, 2019 Acrylic on Hand-woven Textile 20 x 16 inches Courtesy of the Gallery The Near Distant Future June 16 – July 14, 2019 Super Dutchess Gallery  The Near Distant Future explores the idea of visual perception and

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July Fiber Art Picks!

Samantha Bittman Untitled, 2019 Acrylic on Hand-woven Textile 20 x 16 inches Courtesy of the Gallery The Near Distant Future June 16 – July 14, 2019 Super Dutchess Gallery  The Near Distant Future explores the idea of visual perception and

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1st Edition: Prepping for the Opening

After 6 months of working together and separately at Textile Arts Center as artists in residence Tali, Julia, Jill, Astrid, Whitney, and Denise are finally getting their work up on the walls. Tomorrow night is the the Opening Reception for

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1st Edition: Prepping for the Opening

After 6 months of working together and separately at Textile Arts Center as artists in residence Tali, Julia, Jill, Astrid, Whitney, and Denise are finally getting their work up on the walls. Tomorrow night is the the Opening Reception for

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Thread Reviews: Good Work

While I was spending many hours at the Textile Arts Center installing Play last week I finally got the chance to head upstairs to the new Oak Knit Studio Gallery and the opening exhibit Good Work curated by Tali Weinberg. 

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Thread Reviews: Good Work

While I was spending many hours at the Textile Arts Center installing Play last week I finally got the chance to head upstairs to the new Oak Knit Studio Gallery and the opening exhibit Good Work curated by Tali Weinberg. 

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Textiles taking over NYC

How great is this Spring weather, specially after a (too) long Winter?! Don’t make great outdoor plans for this weekend though, as the weather will be more on the gray/rainy side.. Perfect for a museum/gallery walk! Luckily, there are a

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Textiles taking over NYC

How great is this Spring weather, specially after a (too) long Winter?! Don’t make great outdoor plans for this weekend though, as the weather will be more on the gray/rainy side.. Perfect for a museum/gallery walk! Luckily, there are a

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Artist Highlights: Erica Harris

Included in  Tali Weinberg‘s show, GOOD WORK, are two pieces by the talented artist, Erica Harris.  Harris builds visually tactile works from newspapers, books, maps, packaging, labels and other found items collected on her travels. Harris says this about her materials

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Artist Highlights: Erica Harris

Included in  Tali Weinberg‘s show, GOOD WORK, are two pieces by the talented artist, Erica Harris.  Harris builds visually tactile works from newspapers, books, maps, packaging, labels and other found items collected on her travels. Harris says this about her materials

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“Red is also the color of the sun” or cochineal revisited by Tali Weinberg

Tali Weinberg is an awesome fiber artist, weaver, dyer, blogger and TAC’s friend living in Brooklyn. Tali’s work entitled “The males have wings while it is the females whose bodies are crushed to extract their red dye. But red is also

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“Red is also the color of the sun” or cochineal revisited by Tali Weinberg

Tali Weinberg is an awesome fiber artist, weaver, dyer, blogger and TAC’s friend living in Brooklyn. Tali’s work entitled “The males have wings while it is the females whose bodies are crushed to extract their red dye. But red is also

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