The Fairfield Artist Studio Tour featured my new event tent as well as lots of new art pieces.
Art show and sale in Sidney, BC was the first time I sold cotton-linen tea towels featuring my photo artwork. They sold out in two days! And Full Spectrum Sunrise gets a new forever home!
Part of my solo show in a local church—a bright, sun-filled area which makes my art look fabulous!
Preparing the template for the words “All Together Now” which are featured on a piece that will join a travelling fibre art exhibition on the theme of “On the Bias”.
A group of nine artists, including me, held our second annual one-week fibre art show and sale in Sidney, BC in November. Come and see us same time next year.
Fibre Art Network (FAN) creates a travelling fine art exhibit that travels to galleries for three years. There are always three in circulation at any one time. This is the exhibit called 20/20 Vision on display in Qualicum Beach in October. It has approximately 50 pieces; mine is the purple one.
Two of my fibre pieces hanging in the BC Ministry of Health art gallery.
Happy news!! A felted piece, called Foothills, was accepted into the prestigious Sooke Fine Arts Show; it’s a virtual show again this year.
Three of my recent pieces were juried into the Ladysmith Fine Art Show. They are now officially designated as “Fine Art”!
Made for a travelling show along with 60 other pieces. All pieces have red fabric coming into and out of each side so when all 60 pieces are hanging there will be a long, continuous red ‘thread’ running through the whole exhibit.