Current and Upcoming Exhibitions
Tapestry in New England & Beyond
Location: Highfield Hall & Gardens, Falmouth, MA
Show website: https://highfieldhallandgardens.org/tapestry-in-new-england-beyond/
Dates: September 9 - October 31, 2018
And it is always fun to go to the website and find your piece featured. Highfield Hall’s website is HERE.
Warp and Weft: a curated exhibit of work produced by the students of Rebecca Mezoff
Location: Webster Arts Center, 483 E Lockwood, St. Louis, MO 63119
Show dates: July 16 - August 24, 2018
Opening: Tuesday, August 14th, 6pm
Exhibit online: https://www.webster-arts.org/warp-weft
I am so excited about this show. It was curated by Webster Arts and will showcase 62 tapestries from 56 artists. Participants have taken at least one online course or workshop from me to qualify.
There is a blog post HERE with more information, photos, and my teacher statement.
List of artists:
Past Exhibitions 2017
Petrified Forest National Park Artist-in-Residence 2016 show
November and December, 2017
The piece I have in this show, Layers, will be auctioned at the end of it's time at La Posada. The money goes to support the A-I-R program at Petrified Forest National Park. Below is the statement about the piece.
June 20 - September 8, 2017
artist reception: June 25, 1-3pm (I will not be there though two of my pieces will be)
curated by Marcia Young, editor of Fiber Art Now
Time Warp and Weft
Lyndon House Arts Center
211 Hoyt St., Athens, GA 30601
June 10 - July 29, 2017
artist reception: June 15, 6-8 pm (I will not be there but my work will)
This show is about tapestry diaries and features the work of Tommye Scanlin, Janet Austin, Geri Forkner, Janette Meetze, and Kathy Spoering. The work of these artists is outstanding and is well worth a visit! They have graciously accepted my Petrified Forest A-I-R tapestries to their show.
HGA published an article by Tommye Scanlin about the show in the Summer 2017 issue of Shuttle, Spindle, & Dyepot titled "Time Warp and Weft: A celebration of the passage of time through weaving." If you can't attend the show, look for the article!