Double your fiber in one visit. When you go also check out the West Coast Fiber and Book Art Exhibition that is in the main gallery. There are some really wild pieces there - don't miss the embroidered vaginas or the knitted canoes!
Here are some photos I took right before the reception started of the Designing Weavers Expressions exhibit. Enjoy!
|View from the entrance with pieces by Regina Vorgang in foreground, |
Jean Degenfelder on left and Michael Rhode center.
|Jacquard flowers by Sandra Rude, basket by Nadine Spier|
|On the right; vest by Sarah Jackson and felting by Jean Degenfelder|
|Three beetles by Nicki Bair|
|Wall hanging by Maureen Cox|
|Mary Saxon with her jacket|
|From the left; tapestry by Rebecca Smith, smaller tapestry by Debbie Shoenberger |
and basket by Nadine Spier
|Baskets by Rebecca Smith|
|Danger Coat by Trish Lange which enough space to walk behind |
the coast to view the astonishing back; a must see!