Tuesday, November 25, 2014

more photos from world of threads


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Solo Shows and Installations, Corridor Galleries, Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre.
Foreground: Artist: Jacqueline Treloar, Toronto, Canada. Left: Artist: Judy Martin, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada. Right: Artist: Melanie Siegel, Richmond Hill, Canada.
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The Red and the Black, installation view, Main Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre. 
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The Red and the Black, Main Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre. 
Centre: Artist: Emma Nishimura, Toronto, Canada.
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 The Last Supper, The Studio, Oakville Galleries, Gairloch Gardens.  Artist: Carmelo Arnoldin, Toronto, Canada.
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Solo Shows and Installations, Corridor Galleries, Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre.
Artist: Liz Pead, Toronto, Canada. 
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Solo Shows and Installations, Corridor Galleries, Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre.
Artist: Karen Goetzinger, Ottawa, Canada.
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Solo Shows and Installations, Corridor Galleries, Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre. 
Artist: Gwen Lowery, Shaw Island, USA.
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strung out and undone, The Gallery Space, Living Arts Centre.  Artist: Amanda McCavour, Toronto, Canada.
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strung out and undone, The Gallery Space, Living Arts Centre.  Centre: Artist: Kim Stanford, Toronto, Canada.
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Solo Shows and Installations, Corridor Galleries, Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre. 
Artist: Louise Lemieux Bérubé, MontrealCanada.
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Solo Shows and Installations, Corridor Galleries, Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre.
Artist: James Arendt, Conway, USA. 
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Solo Shows and Installations, Corridor Galleries, Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre.
Artist: Maggie Scott, St. Andre De Roquepertuis, France. 
World of Threads Festival
The biennial World of Threads Festival is a showcase of local, national and international contemporary fibre and textile art. It is based in Oakville, Ontario where it began in 1994. This year we expanded into Mississauga. The Festival is organized by Dawne Rudman and Gareth Bate and attracts visitors from around the world.

For full info, directions, maps, hours, etc., click: 
All photos in this post are by Gareth Bate.

4 comments:

Frederique said...

Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures, some "quilts" are just stunning

Niina Koo said...

So beautiful photos, this make my heart smile! Thank you Judy! <3

Cathie said...

Hello fellow spirit cloth traveler.
what a wonderful exhibits.
such vision and uniqueness.
very, very inspiriting.

wholly jeanne said...

I just keep pouring over these photos - enlarging them - looking more closely. And wishing we lived closer to each other. Your Not to Know But To Go On is mesmerizing.