Friday, December 1, 2017
I have curated a fiber show, “Celebrating Fibers”, for the Austin Fiber Artists(AFA). Please join AFA for the opening reception of ‘Celebrating Fiber’ at the JGallery, 7300 Hart Lane, Austin, Texas on Tuesday, December 5 from 7-8:30pm. The show runs from December 4, 2017-January 22, 2018. A number of SAQA members have work included in this show.
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
I had a great time as one of the selected artists at the Visions Art Museum for "Interpretations: Conversations" in San Diego, California. The show included a variety of incredible artwork. So proud to be included in this collection of talented artists!
Art Cloth Network was well represented with
Sherri Lipman McCauley and Mary Vaneecke.
Mary Vaneecke with "Frozen in Time II".
Sherri Lipman McCauley with "Layers of the Truth".
I have just curated an exhibit for the Austin Fiber Artists. If you are in the Round Top, Texas neighborhood, stop by The Copper Shade Tree Art Gallery to see, "Stretched Threads". Participating artists include: Lynne Allen, Diane Barney, Susan Bedsaul, Lorraine Bier, Donna Bone, Mary Macaulay, Sherri Lipman McCauley, Patrice Meffley, Anita Mester, Amy Nelson, Sara Sharp, Carolyn Skei, Marie Spaulding, Marinda Stewart, Mary Ann Vaca-Lambert, Marie Welsch, and Meg Wilson.
Here are photos of my pieces:
Circular Roads, 12"x12"x1.5".
Blue Depths, 12"x12"x1.5".
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
If you are traveling to or from Austin, do check out my show in the West Gallery (behind the store - BookPeople) at the Austin Bergstrom International Airport, near gates 11 and 12.
Threaded Journeys, ABIA, August 8 – November 1, 2017
I invite you to join me on the journey from blank canvas to completed artwork. My design work often starts with black and white marks, adding symbolic colors and shapes to reflect emotions and events in my life. Pockets of intense color represent my interaction with the world in which I live.
For the most part, my work starts out as a pristine piece of solid fabric. The journey begins in a dye bath or with discharge to create the background, then paint brush, stencil or syringe, to add accent colors. The design may be a result of serendipity or a purposeful application of color. Often, I add machine piecing, stitching, applique or hand stitching to create depth and interest in the piece. Printing, stenciling, painting, stitching, appliqueing and other techniques of fabric manipulation are all involved in getting my designs onto the cloth.
Threaded Journeys is a display of my fiber art that brings together a collection of my techniques and methods. I like to work extemporaneously and in the abstract. The simple line of a geometric shape, the blast of a colorful line, or the contrast of black against white makes my canvas sing. Many of my works combine my love of paint on fabric and geometric shapes, making the compositions appear abstract at first glance. I invite you to inspect them and explore the abstractions I have created. As you get closer, the detail, texture and subtle color changes will become evident.
This exhibit includes fiber art pieces with fabric manipulated with discharge, paint, dyes, stitching, embroidery, and recycled materials.
With many experiences yet to encounter, many dyes and paints to explore, and many yards of fabric to tangle with, I hope my abstract art will provoke you and bring a smile to your face.
Friday, July 7, 2017
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Austin Fiber Artists Austin Bergstrom International Airport Exhibit, “Packed with Color”
I have recently curated a show for the Austin Fiber Artists at the Austin Bergstrom International Airport in Austin, Texas. It will be displayed from May 22-August 31, 2017.
Many thanks to the artists for submitting work to “Packed with Color”, the Austin Fiber Artists exhibit at the Austin Bergstrom International Airport. Our gratitude also goes out to the city of Austin for the honor of having our work displayed at the airport.
Fifteen artists are represented, along with the work of two members of the selection committee. A special thank you goes out to the selection committee members - Pam Farley (AFA), Sherri Lipman McCauley(AFA), Cory Hurless(ABIA), and Brittany Fucik (ABIA).
This exhibit showcases the variety of fiber art and the depth of talent in the Austin Fiber Artists. Each piece of work is 3D, unique and represents the distinct voice of each artist.
The exhibit will be available for viewing at the airport May 22-August 31, 2017.
Artists include: Lorraine Bier, Dona Bone, Chloe DaMommio ,Mary Macaulay, Patrice Meffley, Anita Mester, Linda Miles, Rachele Misti, Beth Nelson, Linda Rael, Linda Thompson, Elise Vazelakis, Marie Welsch, Cheryl Zamulinsky, Georgia Zwartjes, Pam Farley, and Sherri Lipman McCauley.
My piece can be seen here:
|Twisted, 2017, 12”x12”x9”h|