Showing posts from June, 2010

Muriel Stockdale’s E Pluribus Flags on Display at Newport Mill (Newport, NH)

CYNTHIA-REEVES PROJECTS, in collaboration with the Newport Mill, present FABRICATIONS, a mixed media exhibition featuring work by 19 international, national and regional artists. The exhibition runs from June 26 – September 25, 2010Opening Reception: Saturday June 26, 4 – 7 pmThe Newport Mill is located at 169 Sunapee Street, Newport, New Hampshire.Regular hours are Thursday - Saturday 11am - 5pm.  In acknowledgment of the building's history as a working mill, FABRICATIONS presents artworks using textiles in innovative, contemporary ways, and showcases projects that utilize weaving, sewing, knitting, crocheting, and spinning into unexpected forms and unusual materials.(image: From the E Pluribus series, “Austrian American Flag” by Muriel Stockdale)FABRICATIONS features work by: Elizabeth Billings, Michele Brody, Alisa Dworsky, Brenda Garand, Joan Giordano, Angela Hennessy, Carol Hepper, Danielle Julian Norton, William Dickey King, Milan Klic, JaeHyo Lee, Anne Lindberg, Soo Sunny P…

Diane Cadrain – Exhibiting Work in Connecticut and Massachusetts

Diane Cadrain’s artwork has been juried into two prestigious shows this summer.Homage to Cabbage II will be included in Images 2010 during the Lowell Quilt Festival (Lowell, MA) August 12 – 14, 2010.  This year the Images exhibition will be displayed inside the Lowell Memorial Auditorium.Lowell Memorial Auditorium50 East Merrimack StreetLowell, MA 01852 Cadrain’s paper collage The Way I Feel About Knitting is on display now, part of the 99th Annual Exhibit at the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts.  The exhibition, encompassing work in all fine arts media, is at the Mystic Arts Center (Mystic, CT) and runs until July 17, 2010. Mystic Arts Center9 Water StreetMystic, CT 06355 left: “Homage to Cabbage II” / right: “How I Feel About Knitting”)Congratulations Diane!

“From Fine Art to Fiber: Reinterpreting the Masters” at the Whistler

Most of the time, artists are loathe to admit their work is based on or inspired by another artist.  But in this case, it is not only tolerated but encouraged!The Whistler House Museum of Art in Lowell, MA presents “From Fine Art to Fiber: Reinterpreting the Masters”, an exhibition of art quilts inspired by famous works of art including paintings, murals, and sculpture — from Michelangelo to Warhol and beyond.  Some of the artwork to be included in the Fine Art to Fiber Exhibition: Margaret Phillips’ “Picasso’s Girl in the Mirror” (upper left), Norma Schlager’s “Poppies” (lower left) and Kate Themel’s “Ode to a Kiss”, inspired by Gustav Klimt (detail, upper right).  Diane Wright will have two pieces in the show, “After Matisse” and “Tide Pooling”, (detail, lower right) inspired by John James Audubon.Fine Art to Fiber: Reinterpreting the Masters will run from August 4 to September 4, 2010.Whistler House243 Worthen StreetLowell, MA www.whistlerhouse.orgWhile you’re visiting the Fine Art…