An exhibition of photographs from the Artists in Their Studios Photography Project, sponsored by Macpage, will open November 9th at the Macpage offices in South Portland, Maine. The exhibition will highlight portraits from the project and work by each craft artist photographed. EXHIBITION RECEPTION NOV. … Read more
Exploring Maine’s Past Collaborative programming exploring Maine textile history in and around Brunswick and Topsham. May, June and July 2017 An exhibition at Maine Fiberarts with artwork and artifacts by: Chris Antonak, Barbara Burns, Crystal Cawley, Janet Conner, Roslyn Logsdon, Richard Lee, Arlene Morris, Gail Skudera, … Read more
Sponsored by Maine Fiberarts Burns Studio is one of twenty fiber destinations along the Route 1 corridor from Brunswick to Belfast open year round for self-guided tours. The tour includes studios, farms, galleries, a processing mill, and fabric and yarn shops. A restaurant and … Read more
Taught at Halcyon Yarn in Bath, Maine Friday, June 2 through Sunday June 4, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, 3 days. Have you ever wanted to try tapestry weaving, but didn’t know where to begin? Or, perhaps you’ve tried it on your own and are … Read more
Cowgirl I has been accepted into the American Tapestry Alliance International 5: Crossroads exhibit. “‘Crossroads’ is an apt theme for a medium of crossed weft and warp. Crossroads also in a time where even the definition of what is tapestry is more universally ambiguous… Pixels of … Read more
Pas de Deux has been accepted to the International Exhibition of Woven Tapestry: Heallreaf 2 Heallreaf (pronounced ‘Hairlreff’) is an Old English word meaning “a tapestry hung on the wall in a public space.” 10th – 22nd April 2017 at West Dean College, Chichester, Sussex … Read more
Barbara tells a brief story of her journey in tapestry from faces to figures.
GRAY FOX GALLERY in Rockland Maine is featuring the work of both of us for the month of October, 2016. The opening had a great turn out. There was live music with Steve on harmonica accompanying a guitarist. We were too busy to remember to … Read more