Thursday, September 15, 2016

Teresa Shippy at the 2016 Tustin Art Walk

Teresa Shippy will be returning to the Annual Tustin Art Walk in downtown Tustin, California. The art walk is on Saturday October 15, 2016 from 12 pm to - 5:30 pm. This will be Teresa's eighth year in to the art walk. The event has a lot of good food, quaint streets, music, wine, bus tours and amazing art works from local artists. Teresa says it is a must see if you have never been!

Location: City of Tustin Parks & Recreation
                  300 Centennial Way
                  Tustin, California 

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Infinite Connections at Quiltfest Oasis!

Beyond the Edge Fiber Artists is proud to announce that our exhibit, "Infinite Connections" will be on display at Mancuso's Quiltfest Oasis in Palm Springs.

"Robot's Brain" by Madeleine Bajracharya

Here is how we describe this exhibit:

This exhibit is dedicated to the infinite opportunities for connections and all they bring to our lives.  It allows each artist to explore the meaning of the word “infinite” and how that meaning might relate to the people and world around us.

We hope you will be able to attend this great show. Here is information about it:

Quiltfest Oasis – October 6 – 8, 2016
Palm Springs Convention Center
277 North Avenida Caballeros
Palm Springs, CA

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

We're Working On A New Exhibit!

Beyond the Edge Fiber Artists is proud to announce that a new exhibit will be available beginning January, 2017. The exhibit is entitled "Put A Bird On It!". We're not showing any completed pieces until the exhibit debuts at the 2017 Road to California show. In the meantime, we're presenting some other fiber arts we have been working on. Here is a piece by Linda Friedman:

 "Feathers" by Linda Friedman

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Two Weeks Left!

Detail of "My Inner Self-Portrait" piece, by Eileen Wintemute

Beyond the Edge's two exhibits, "Shaped by Fiber III" and "My Inner Self-Portrait", will be on display for another two weeks at the Cerritos Library. Don't miss the opportunity to see these fiber art pieces!

Beading Detail, work by Cynthia Catlin

The library is located at 18025 Bloomfield Ave. in Cerritos, California. You can contact the library for more information at 562-916-1350.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Teresa Shippy's Cool Classic Rides 2

Teresa Shippy's Cool Classic Rides 2 will be on display in August at "World Quilt New England". Here is a link for more information World Quilt New England.

Teresa Shippy's Cool Classic Rides II

Monday, July 4, 2016

Rolodex Project on Display

Mia Bloom's Rolodex Project is on display in our "Shaped by Fiber III" exhibit at the Cerritos Library. The library is located at 18025 Bloomfield Avenue in Cerritos, CA (562-916-1350).

Mia Bloom Rolodex Project

Monday, June 13, 2016

Two Exhibits Beginning Soon!

"Natural Growth" by Cynthia Catlin showing in Shaped by Fiber IIII
Beyond The Edge Fiber Artists have two exhibits, “My Inner Self-Portrait” and “Shaped by Fiber III”, on display this summer at the Cerritos Library in Cerritos, California.  The exhibits will begin on July 1 and run through the end of August, 2016. The library is located at 18025 Bloomfield Ave. in Cerritos, California. You can contact the library for more information at 562-916-1350. The exhibits are described below. We hope you have a chance to see them and the lovely Cerritos library.

My Inner Self-Portrait
A fine arts fiber exhibit exploring aspects of self-portraiture. In this exhibit the artist was asked to look beyond the mere physical and instead present an inner view. The art work may reflect how the artist sees themselves at this time, or at a formative moment in their life. Each piece reveals something unique to the individual and at the same time, that which is universal to all.

Shaped by Fiber III
Shaped by Fiber III is an exhibit featuring fiber art that goes beyond two dimensional wall hangings. The works shown in this exhibit include three dimensional forms, vessels, mounted fiber art, and hanging pieces. This stunning exhibit shows numerous ways that fibers can be sculpted to create spectacular artworks.