Currently Featured in the Gallery:

 

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Jurors: Annalisa leonessa and margaret fisher (guest)

 

Statement:

The three pieces selected for recognition display beautiful artistry, impeccable attention to detail, and unique and sophisticated design. Each one of them achieves a high level in its fiber art area -- weaving, quilting, felting. We were impressed with all of the work in this show. It was a pleasure to be jurors and to see so much great fiber art.

Recognitions:

Anne Sanderoff-Walker, scarf -- tencel, Swarovski crystals; $135

Floris Flam, "Windows 6" art quilt -- hand-dyed cottons, machine pieced; $225

Ina Hubiarnatarava, shawl -- nuno-felted; $130
 

 

Artist Featured this month

 

 
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Annalisa Leonessa I’ve dabbled in the arts since childhood. My interests have evolved into a fascination with the moldable properties of wool. The versatility of wool, combined with silk, soap, and water to create one-of-a-kind wearables and accessories, is just magical. I’m now dyeing fabric, which opens even more possibilities with my felt work.  

Annalisa Leonessa

I’ve dabbled in the arts since childhood. My interests have evolved into a fascination with the moldable properties of wool. The versatility of wool, combined with silk, soap, and water to create one-of-a-kind wearables and accessories, is just magical. I’m now dyeing fabric, which opens even more possibilities with my felt work.