I have 5 by 7 inch thread paintings and sun print coaster sets in the Small Works sale at the Andrew and Laura Mc Cain Art Gallery , 8 Mc Cain St. Florenceville-Bristol NB. The sale runs Nov. 21- Dec. 19. You can make a 45 minute appointment by calling 392-6769 or call the gallery at the front door to make sure they aren’t full.
AN-ExhibFredericton’s Fibre Arts Network ( FAN) is having an exhibition at the UNB Art Centre Nov.1- December 13, 2020. The Art Centre is open only on Sundays from 12-5 pm. To visit you must sign up at www. go.unb.ca/art-centre. You can also view online at www.go.unb.ca/art-centre-online. Two of my wall quilts are in the exhibition. They are shown below.
Sunbury shores Arts and Nature Centre Saint Andrews NB has accepted my submission of New Brunswick through the Seasons in Paint, Fabric and Thread to be included in their Craft Year 2020 exhibition and sale to be held Oct. 2- Nov. 7, 2020 in Saint Andrews. My submission includes both thread paintings and wall quilts.
Curry Mountain thread painting framed under glass 15 by 17 inches
There is an article in the Spring 2020 edition of the Canadian Quilter entitled Teaching Patchwork in the UK. Three Canadians, Rose Parr, myself and Bernadette Kent share our experiences of teaching at the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham UK.
During the SAQA ( Studio Art Quilting Association) conference which is being held in Toronto Ontario March 19-21, 2020 there will be a Spotlight auction. Below is the piece I have contributed. I sun printed birch leaves on pebeo setaolor painted fabric and quilted with holographic threads. Because it reminded me of a frosty morning, I entitled it In the Frost.
The Fredericton Guild of Fibre Artists and the Embroiderers’ Guild of Fredericton held the official opening of their exhibition Fibre Expressions 2019 at Government House, 51 Woodstock Road Fredericton NB on November 8 with Lieutenant Governor, Brenda Murphy providing opening remarks. The exhibition runs until January 8, 2020 and is open Monday to Friday 10-4 pm.
I was the co-ordinator of the exhibition.
My niece, Alana Simpson, kindly took the photo of me with my thread painting entitled Curry Mountain.
In addition to being part of the World Wide Whispers quilt exhibition with my piece Looking In, Looking Out at Festival of Quilts I will be twice delivering a 1 hour demonstration on Using Inktense Pencils to Create Appliqués. The demonstrations are at 1300 on August 1 and August 3.
This is the photo that I received from Pat Findlay of Winnipeg Manitoba and from which I drew inspiration for my saw whet owl quilt entitled Looking In, Looking Out. See previous post for more details.
FAN will be holding a craft sale Saturday December 15, 2018 at Knights of Columbus building 170 Regent Street (near Boyce Market) from 9 am-2:30 pm. There will be weaving, felting, thread paintings, eco printing and much more. I will have thread paintings, bookmarks, cards etc.