Wednesday, October 19, 2011

energy cloth

Juried into Ontario Craft '11. Energy Cloth, hand stitch, wax resist, old cotton bed sheet, 160 cm x 160 cm or 58 inches square, 2011 I am pleased that my work is part of this juried exhibition. The show will be on display in the Ontario Craft Council gallery on Queen Street in Toronto from Nov 24 until Dec 30.
Quilt maker Joyce Seagram has a piece selected for the exhibition as does knitter/sculptor Tracey Martin. Otherwise, the jurors did not select many textile pieces. I only count six out of thirty five. Click here to see the entire list of artists selected.

16 comments:

Heavens2Betsy said...

These are absolutely exquisite. I wish I was local enough to go along and be able to see them up close and personal. penny

Els said...

Wow ! there sure comes a lot of energy from that one !

deanna7trees said...

magnificent.

Serena said...

definitely wow.

now to look at the others.

congratulations

helen salo said...

I've loved this one when I saw you stitching onit in the car on one of your trips. congratulations!

Discovery Cloth said...

love love love love.... did I say LOVE this!!!!!!!!!

Valerianna said...

I remember this spiral cloth... I'm sure you're not surprised. Wonderful.

Ms. ∆×∆p×≥h/4π said...

Ah--ENERGY--the very thing I need on this cold, damp Wednesday evening in New York City. Now, if only the landlord would decide that heat is a human right, I'd be delighted.

Jackie said...

A stunning piece, congratulations.

Karen said...

Congratulations! The quilt is gorgeous. What are the dimensions?

ArtPropelled said...

Lovely piece! Great to see the detail photos.

Nancy said...

Wow, such energy on this one! Congratulations. Referring to Helen's comment: how do you stitch in the car?? I am not good at that! :)
BTW - it was nice to see the whole and the close-up in the same post. Thanks for that.

neki desu said...

congratulations! such energy ;)

A mermaid in the attic said...

So very beautiful and serene!

Jennifer said...

Congratulations! Such a wonderful piece.

Claire said...

Congratulations, really inspiring work.