Monday, January 26, 2015

More from Intertwined exhibit

The opening for the exhibit that I mentioned in the last post was quite nice.  Lots of people were at the Hudgens Center both for the Intertwined exhibit and also one in another gallery in the Center.

I didn't take many photos but here's one of a portion of the gallery along with some of the artists and guests:


I had two pieces in the exhibit, one that was accepted by the juror, Dorothy Moye:


The perspective of the photo is a bit skewed--the frame is squared and it's hanging straight.  This tapestry is called The Greening.

I was also invited to exhibit as a member of the SEFAA advisory board in an adjacent small exhibit that Ray Pierotti curated.  I'm standing by that piece, Gray Dawn, here:


A full color, 72 page, soft cover catalog of the exhibit will be available by mid-February.  It may be purchased at the Hudgens Center for the Arts gift shop, 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth, GA 30098, or purchased at the Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance Center, 1705 Commerce Dr., NW, Atlanta, GA 30318, or ordered online at fiberartsalliance.org/home/eshop





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