The All-School Show opened last Thursday at the Southwest School of Art and Craft. Lots of beautiful work, and as usual, displayed with elegance and professionalism. I'm honored to have my piece "Mas" included -- it's an 18" square fabric paper stitched piece.
The second work I submitted didn't get into the exhibit but was selected to hang in the school's dining room gallery, The Copper Kitchen. (It's just there behind the cashier's desk.)
Here are some other photos from the opening.
Doerte Weber Seale won the best of fibers award for this stunning tapestry.
Adjunct faculty member Paula Gron showed these striking and original woven forms.
Diana Kersey, whose jars here were some of my favorite pieces in the exhibit, was honored as the Teacher of the Year.
A detail from one of two beautiful art cloth pieces by Lisa Kerpoe, also an adjunct faculty member.
All who have attended classes (or taught) at SWS during a year are invited to enter this juried annual exhibition. There are always lots of amazing pieces that don't make it into the show, so we're all pleased to be hanging this year! The exhibit is open through mid September, so hope you can stop by if you are in the area. (P.S. Both of my pieces are for sale, let me know if you are interested!.)