Thursday, October 1, 2015

Twelve by Twelves

Last Friday my FiberWorks group hung our annual show at the Newtown Library and we had an opening reception Saturday.

This year's challenge was to make three pieces 12 inches square, that related to each other and mount them on a black piece 14" x 40".  It's always a delight to see our finished pieces and the diversity in the group.  Two of our members are weavers and the rest are involved in the many aspects of art quilting.

Here they are, in no particular order.

Our beautiful poster made by Nike Cutsumpas.







Seasons by Carolyn Cooney

It's About Time by Norma Schlager

Meandering by Susi Lehman



Once, Twice, Three Times a Star by Beth Johnson

Breaking the Pattern by Sawsan Ali

Magic Squares by Barbara Drillick

Homage to Albers by Christine Wilkinson

Weaving One, Two, Three by Susi Lehman

Fabric Entomology by Paula West

Woven Turf by Nike Cutsumpas

Of Primary Concern by Norma Schlager

The show will be up until October 29, so if you are in the area of Newtown, CT. stop in a take a look.

I'm linking up again with Off the Wall Friday.

12 comments:

Gwyned Trefethen said...

What a great way to create a cohesive exhibition. Thanks for sharing everyone's pieces.

Kaja said...

Nice idea for a theme to hold everything together and lovely to see all the pieces; it's interesting to see all the different interpretations.

Kaja said...

Nice idea for a theme to hold everything together and lovely to see all the pieces; it's interesting to see all the different interpretations.

LA Paylor said...

how dynamic and fun are these!!

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful show.
Carole Hoffman

Martha Ginn said...

What a beautiful exhibit!

Carolynn (www.indigostitches.com) said...

Looks like a great exhibit. I am particularly fond of your clock pieces. The gears are great.

MulticoloredPieces said...

Hi, Norma. Thanks for sharing photos of the show--I LUVed all the pieces and just adored your time piece as I'm working on an aging series that deals with the passage of time. So interesting to see how artists represent time.
best, nadia

Peggy French said...

What a great exhibit, thanks for sharing! I really liked Of Primary Concern, very interesting work!

Regina B Dunn said...

Primary Concern is very strong for this concept. Just wonderful.

Sarah said...

Some very exciting pieces!

Vivien Zepf said...

Wonderful and congratulations! Wish I could have seen the show.