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'20/20 Vision'

 

A traveling exhibit by members of the Fibre Art Network

Opened Sept 2 - 27, 2019 in Nanaimo, BC. This exhibition will travel to various venues for three years.  Check the schedule.

In light of the Fibre Art Network celebrating 20 years as a cooperative of fibre artists based in Western Canada, this exhbition interpretations of the concept of 20/20 vision. 

Clarity

20” x 20”

 

'Circles & Lines'

 

A traveling exhibit by members of the Fibre Art Network

Opened Fall 2019.  This exhibit will travel to various venues for two years.

Each piece in this exhibit is a personal interpretation of the theme based on the artist's vision: Natural or man-made, circles and lines are part of our everyday lives. You will find many examples in both our organic (vegetation) and non-organic (functional and architectural) environments.

 

F1

7” x 7”

Up Coming

Exhibition venues

Current

'Threads of Hope'

 

A traveling exhibit by members of the Fibre Art Network

Opened May 2020 thru May 2023.  This exhibit will travel to various venues for three years – see dates and locations here.

Threads of Hope is and exhibition exploring our hope. longing, and desire for the future of the world. These exhibition pieces flow from one to the other with a 'thread of hope' connecting them, thus completing a line of artists, joining forces to improve our world.

 

G = S

18” x 36”

'For the Birds'

 

A traveling exhibit by members of the Fibre Art Network

Opening Summer 2019.  This exhibit will travel to various venues for two years.

Each piece in this exhibit is a personal interpretation of the theme based on the artist's vision: Birds are everywhere and attract our attention often - they fascinate us! Birds have even become part of our language. The idiom, “for the birds”, is an example - it means useless, or something only birds would be interested in. 

3 B

8” x 8”

'Touch'

 

SAQA Western Canada Regional Trunk Show

Exhibition Schedule:

Various venues starting March 2021.

Artists interpret the theme: What touches you? What do you touch? Touch can be physical, emotional or spiritual. Touch is part of our well-being, an elemental form of communication, and a lack of touch can affect our physical and emotional health. We say ‘Keep in touch’ to those we wish to have contact with, ‘I’m touched’ as an emotional response or ‘don’t touch’ to keep people away. 

Spiro 4 - 7

8” x 10”

'Crossroads'

 

Grand National Bibre Art Exhibition

Exhibition Schedule:

University of NB Art Centre, Fredericton, NB:

May 2 – June 27, 2021

Thunder Bay Museum, Thunder Bay, ON:

July 10 – Sept 25, 2021

Woodstock Art Gallery, Woodstock, ON:

Oct 10, 2021 – Feb 28, 2022

Victoria Arts Council, Victoria, BC:

March 19 - April 30, 2022

Weyburn Arts Council, Weyburn SK:

June 1 – Aug 26, 2022

Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, MB:

Sept 22, 2022

Merged

15" x 46"

 

'Small Works 2021'

 

The Kent Harrison Arts Council 

Nov 6 - 28, 2021  in Harrison Hot Springs, B.C. at the Ranger Station Art Gallery.

 

F 4

10” x 10”

 

'Chilliwack Community Art Show'

 

Opening Sept 24, 2021 - January 22, 2022.

Chilliwack Museum
45820 Spadina Avenue
Chilliwack, BC

Monday to Friday from 9:00am – 4:30pm, Thursday from 9:00am to 8:00pm, and Saturday from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

F 3

10” x 10”

F 2

10” x 10”

'On the Bias'

 

A traveling exhibit by members of the Fibre Art Network

Opens January 2022 - December 2024 This exhibition will travel to various venues for three years. 

Bias can be negative or positive, conscious or subconscious, scientific or philosophical. It can also be a play on words, which, for textile artists, has a special meaning. When fabric is cut “on the bias” diagonally across the grain, it is more fluid and has greater flexibility and drapability. Bias-cut edges don’t fray!

As humans and artists, we are familiar with the concept of bias as it applies to society, politics, or the environment, and also to interactions with our family, friends, and neighbours. Bias is generally thought of as negative - prejudice in favour of or against a thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way considered to be unfair. But we all have people, places or things we prefer - bias is part of the richness of life.

F 5 

16" x 16"

 

'Positively Petite'

 

Annual Miniture exhbition

 

November 12 - December 16, 2021

Place Des Arts, 1120 Brunette Avenue
Coquitlam, British Columbia.

 

Mon – Fri: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sat: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sun: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Paperize, Fabricoid ,Metalergic, Plasticate

4” x 4” x  4"  approx.