Our beautiful hats are tilted in honor of fall in our home city of Alexandria.
Work exhibiting movement, curves, or swaying rhythms. [image: silk scarf, by Janet Stollnitz]
Enchanted mermaids, coral, shells, sunken ships, fish, and glorious colors. [Image: felted fish by Barbara Rushworth]
Big and bold graphics, hip hop, irreverent urban décor. (Grace Mahanes, hand-felted scarf with pin)
We expand our range with two or more techniques in one piece or collaborate with another gallery member.
The beauty of mathematics is on display: Hyperbolic geometry, fractal art, the golden ratio (Φ), Fibonacci series.
March 20, 2018, is the Vernal Equinox and the beginning of spring, a time of renewal and fresh starts: Earlier dawns, later sunsets, tree leaves and flowers emerge, birds return, and seeds are sown. (Image, Freesias wall quilt by Dianne Harris Thomas)
Work that exhibits the attraction of opposites: how contrasting colors can work together, the dynamics of positive and negative space, or anything that shows the opposite of something else.
Upside Down, Inside Out: The Fanciful in Daily Life features three-dimensional work by Erika Cleveland. This imaginative Fiber artist explores the fanciful in daily life with her needle felted dolls, from life-sized to small, flying from a trapeze to hanging from a vine. Cleveland’s playful dolls will appeal to both adults and children. They are both engaging and spohisticated.
Opening reception is Thursday, October 13, 6-8 PM.