The gallery shines with the spirit of the season
Fiber art inspired by landscapes and cultures around the world will be featured in our gallery
Fiber art inspired by Monet’s painting, “La Japonaise”, is featured in our gallery
Spring brings us beautiful flowering bulbs and trees, but it also brings us the wonderful colors and shapes of clouds, showers and rainbows.
Here in Alexandria, Virginia, we are surrounded by beautiful and exciting buildings, bridges, parks, and monuments. Both our local and worldwide architecture serve as inspiration for the pieces in this show.
Repeated patterns, repeated themes, repeated textures and repeated colors all lead to interesting and exciting pieces.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and we have created fiber art to help you celebrate the season. Our gallery shines with holiday spirit – unique gifts to give, lovely pieces to wear, and enchanting and decorative works for the home.
Our artists and craftpersons are influenced by this iconic celebration. Themed work will be eligible for recognition by the jurors. Non-themed work may also be exhibited. (Image: “Sugar Skulls” felted scarf, by Grace Mahanes)
Cheetahs, lions, rhinos, monkeys, hippos, and the lands that they inhabit serve as inspiration for the pieces in this show. Themed work will be eligible for recognition by the jurors. Non-themed work may also be exhibited.