Our beautiful hats are tilted in honor of fall in our home city of Alexandria.
Work exhibiting movement, curves, or swaying rhythms.
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.