Saturday, September 8, 2012

Contemporary Fiber Artist of Louisiana Exhibit

"A Trace of Sulfur"

The Contemporary Fiber Artists of Louisiana are putting together an exhibit and, as the title hints, each piece must have a bit of yellow in it. I'm posting two of the entries, hopefully this will whet your appetite to see more. I know there are many art quilters in the area of S.W. La. and E. Texas so I hope you'll be able to drop by and see our work. Here are the details--

"A Trace of Sulfur"
The Henning House
923 S. Ruth St.
Sulphur, La.
337 527 0357
Opening Reception Oct. 19, 2012  6-8PM
Through Nov.15, 2012

Acer Rubrum

Wendy Starn
cotton, painted, sunprinted, stitched by the artist; embellished with silk/bamboo fusion leaves; branch from red swamp maple tree.
photo courtesy of John Hartgerink


Judy Momenzadeh
Clockwise from center, Alice Fay Cole Smith, Judy Kay Cole Jensen and Judy Ann Alleman Momenzadeh.
Photo by WD Cole, 1951, printed on Lutradur and watercolor paper, machine and free motion quilted. 

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