Women's Journeys in Fiber - 10 Easy Pieces: Reflections of Life
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|Jan Aaron||Marion Beam||Linda Sorkin Eisenberg||Madelyn Gaul|
|Janette Gerber||Nancy Herzog||Alice Jenks||Laurette Kosky|
|Pat Kroth||Cindy Kuo||Kay C. Lange||Joy Lavrencik||Naomi McEneely|
|Elizabeth Mini||Vivian Morrison||Jeanne Reed||Sheila Shaeffer-Hirsh||Barbara Schneider|
|Sally Schoch||Carolyn Seng||Mary Krebs Smyth||Loraine Stillman|
|(Photos by Patrick Fraser)|
Problem - Using any textile technique, construct 10 9” by 9” double sided squares, to be linked together to make a piece 18” by 45” It should fold in half vertically and accordion fold horizontally to fit into a pizza box. It is double sided.
Select two: Emotions, words, colors, poems, cultures, or women, that have meaning to your life as a woman in today’s world, and explore why and how you connect or desire to pay tribute to them in your Art.
Process & Development - Each participant will keep a journal/sketchbook paying particular attention to how you move through the creative process. Sketch, journal, sample, and photo document your steps along the way.
Each artist will write a statement to be displayed with the work.
November 5-8, 2009, Chicago Botanic Garden. Opening, Wednesday, November 5, 6:30-9pm.
March 24-27, 2010, American Quilter's Society, Lancaster, PA
January 29 - March 4, 2012, Anderson Art Center. Opening, January 29, 2012, 1-4pm.
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Last Updated April 6, 2013