Thursday, November 07, 2013

the big world


 Layers of Time, the fourth panel of the Manitoulin Circle Project, detail.
 Layers of Time, installed in the Thunder Bay Art Gallery,  photographer Klaus Rossler
Mended World came home the other day. 
 Safely.
Next, this body of work goes to the Art Gallery of Sudbury in January 2014.  I've been to the gallery to discuss the installation with curatorial staff.  It will be beautiful.  The gallery is in an old house and the exhibition will take up both exhibition spaces on the two floors. 

13 comments:

Lesley Turner said...

So pleased to hear the exhibition will travel and more people will get to see it.

Mo Crow said...

ah the layers of time is just so very beautiful! Look forward to seeing the next space that will hold your Mended World.

Wilma said...

Its is beautiful!!!!!!!

Emmy said...

always when I see this beautiful peace I cant stop looking

wholly jeanne said...

This goes to places words can't reach . . .

FIBREWORKS KINGSTON Weekend Workshops said...

Judy, this body of work is now a treasured part of Canadian Textile History. Simply stunning work.
Hoping it will come to a Gallery within driving distance, but Sudbury is not out of the question. Now retired, a road trip might be in order.
So many congratulations and a thank you for your talent, guidance, perseverance and insight.
Bethany

Ms. said...

The details astound me. I hadn't noticed the blue line before...nor do I recall seeing the blue french knots. Looking in close up makes me wish to touch it. The saga continues. Sudbury will be grand. Someday perhaps the textile museum in New York City (wish).

Ersi Marina Samara said...

The details are amazing and I also love the overall composition and hues. Very beautiful and 'eloquent', it's a pity I won't be able to see it up close.

Margaret said...

Words fail...so beautiful. Time-full and timeless. Thank you.

maya matthew said...

Simply awesome.

Montse Llamas said...

What a sensation of weight it transmits!

jan said...

It's so very beautiful. Thanks to the interweb for being able to see this.

Susan Christensen said...

I would love to see this installation. Such fine work. -sus