Sunday, February 28, 2016

Linda Friedman juried into "6th Annual Art Scientifique" exhibit

Linda Friedman’s 36” x 36” art quilt, “Grey Matter Unveiled,” has been juried into the 6th Annual Art Scientifique show at the Chris Sorenson Studio located at the Fresno Arch.  The show is sponsored by California State University, Fresno – College of Science and Mathematics.  It features art that centers on some form of science and will run from March 3 through March 31, 2016.  The curators report that several thousand people visit the studio yearly to view the Art Scientifique show.

Congratulations, Linda! 
"Grey Matter Unveiled" by Linda Friedman

Saturday, February 20, 2016

"Shaped by Fiber II"

Only six days left to see "Shaped by Fiber II" at the Mission Viejo Library!
Can't make it there before it closes on February 26?!
That's okay! Here's a video overview for you to take a look:

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Teresa Shippy's "Cool Classic Rides 2"

They’re back, bigger and bolder than ever, Cool Classic Rides 2!  Teresa Shippy’s CCR2 was motivated by CCR1’s success, excitement and favorable comments from all. CCR2 comprises a number of classic alternative rides in addition to classic cars. This second collection has also been created from her cut-up quilts, leftover painted fabric pieces, vintage men’s ties, wool scraps and lots of threadwork. Take a walk down memory lane and enjoy the rides. 

Congratulations, Teresa! We're all proud of you and looking forward to seeing the exhibit in person. Please check the exhibit schedule below.

Monday, February 1, 2016

"Shaped by Fiber II" at Mission Viejo Library

Here's a peek of the "Shaped by Fiber II" exhibit currently showing at the Mission Viejo Library. The library is located at 100 Civic Center Drive, Mission Viejo, California (949- 831-7100). The exhibit will be on displayed until February 26, 2016. We hope you'll stop by for a look!

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