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Jacquard: Squam

These are some Jacquard fabrics that were created from photographs of Great Island in the early morning. First I photographed, then painted and drew.  I scanned the drawings into the computer and then created six end satin weaves from this.  It is an end on end warp and at that time, at Rhode Island School of Design, the loom was new and Phil, the operator, would allow us to bring as many yarns as we wanted so I had twelve weave structures to play with and unlimited yarn mixing.  It is an end on end black white upholstery warp and it is a 27 inch repeat, so will work for upholstery.

More of my Jacquard collections can be found here.

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I did decide to include a little bit of jacquard into the repurposed piece.

Jacquard in Repurposed

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Innovations in St Louis

I will be exhibiting Dry Pitcher in Fiber Focus during Innovations in St Louis this fall. I hope I can go and see all my Columbia and St Louis friends.

Pitcher Grows

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Extraordinary Things

Extraordinary Things Exhibit at Arts Institute Decatur April 15 Opening

Extraordinary Things

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Green: The Color and the Cause

This exhibit opens this weekend in Washington, Dc. I have a piece, Dry Pitcher, in it. If you are near the area, I wish you would go! I dont think I will be able to make it there.

GWU Textile Museum

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Final Digital Textiles Critique

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Leaf blanket on the loom

Leaf blanket

Leaf blanket

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Tabletop Jacquard Loom

who wants one

WeaveZine

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The Oriole Mill

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I am so excited I picked up the first student test files from the Mill yesterday.

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Nature’s Calligraphy

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deliver the work to Northeast State for exhibition today

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Fiber: TwentyTen

On Exhibition:


CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Fiber: TwentyTen
April 2-May 14, 2010
Kay Khan, Juror

Fiber: TwentyTen is an exhibition celebrating contemporary fiber art that will open at MoFA’s 2010 Conference in St. Charles, MO. This juried exhibition is co-sponsored by Missouri Fiber Artists and The Foundry Art Centre. The Foundry Art Centre, a dynamic, interactive interdisciplinary arts center, is dedicated to the creation and presentation of contemporary visual and performing arts. The conclusion of the Nest silent auction will also be held during the opening night of the conference.

97PitcherGrows

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the calligraphy piece(one of them)

22 x 30. this is one of four each slightly different

Calligraphy

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Dry Pitchers

Image size is 72 inches h x 56 inches wide. This is part of my new jacquard series.

Dry Pitchers

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