Thursday, November 30, 2006

Upcoming Exhibits

For the coming month and into January I have two exhibits, both invitational. The first is fairly local, at the Carroll County Arts Center, Westminster, Maryland. Entitled Not Quite Quilts, it is a survey of different styles of quilts from traditional to art quilts. There will be quilts by 8 different people. The show runs from December 7 through February 3 and the opening reception is Friday December 8 from 5-7pm. There is also a showing of the movie "How to Make an American Quilt".

These are the pieces on exhibit:


High Noon
25" x 15.5"


On the Edges
37" x 23"


The Ides of March
23" x 46"


The second show came about because the gallery owner was surfing the Internet and came up on my web page. (SCENE) Metrospace Gallery in East Lansing, Michigan, an alternative art gallery. Here is more information:

410 Abbott Road, East Lansing, MI
Opening Friday, December 8, 2006
through Sunday, January 7, 2007
Wednesday through Friday afternoons from 1-4p.m.
Friday evenings from 6-9 p.m., Saturdays from 6-9 p.m.,
and
Sundays from 1-4 p.m. during scheduled exhibits

Their web page is pretty sparce but their shows have been written up in the local news. I will have four pieces in this show.


Ventanas I
12 3/4" x 10"


Ventanas IV
13" x 10"




Ventanas V
12" x 9"

Ventanas: Reflections
52" x 18"

In other news I received 100 meters of bleached mercerized cotton broadcloth from Testfabrics yesterday. It's 60" wide and weighs a ton. Luckily it only comes from Pennsylvania so I'm not paying an arm and a leg for shipping. Just an arm. It's interesting that they measure the width in inches but the length in meters....

3 comments:

Nellie Bass Durand said...

Congratulations! Wish I could see the colors and textures of these pieces in person. I know there would be drooling.

Gerrie said...

How exciting. The quilts are wonderful!

Linda Branch Dunn said...

I sure hope I can get to the show (not far from my mom's house). It sounds great, and it would be a pleasure to see your work in person.