Yesterday afternoon, Deb, Dennis and I went to the exhibition opening of The Ties That Bind at The Bigfork Art and Cultural Center. The exhibition is open until September 28th so if you are in the area, go check it out! My local art group members all had entries into the show.
These are Deb’s entries. She uses mixed media and hand stitching to create her work.
Here are Louise’s pieces. She uses a variety of methods such as rust dyeing, eco printing and other dyeing processes.
This is a photo of Paula’s work. She used a variety of ink and paint on paper and fabric.
Here’s my work. These are wool paintings with hand and machine stitching.
And last, but not least, these are Sally’s. Sally is an art quilter, the one on the top left includes rose petals behind sheer fabric.
I didn’t take photos of the entire show but there is some other cool work. Our group is having another exhibition next month at The Purple Pomegranate in conjunction with Whitefish Gallery Nights.
Looks like it was a wonderful exhibition! Hope your group can sell some of your pieces!
Thanks Tesi, it is set up very nicely. No red dots so far but hopefully, we will get some 🙂
A lovely collection of work! I hope you all get some red dots.
Thanks Lyn, I hope those red dots appear soon 🙂
Looks to be quite a variety of interesting work. Is it a selling exhibition?
The title caught me as the piece I’m currently working on (my travel cloth, see earlier post) shares the same title for which my artist friend wrote a Haiku poem – I’m actually just finishing the stitching of the poem.
Yes Antje, it is a selling exhibition. I look forward to seeing your finished piece with the same name.