Sunday, April 22, 2007

Somerset Art Association presents Fiber Revolution: Art Concentrated

I've been away for several weeks - not really "away" but busy with Fiber Revolution business, including the hanging of our latest show at the Somerset Art Association in Bedminster, NJ. There are 70 small works framed in 8 x 10" black shadowbox frames and 30+ larger artworks adorning the two floor gallery in this marvelous, old building. The exhibit will be up from now through May 12, 2007. Then it goes a-traveling to various venues. Meanwhile, take a peek at the show - the photos speak for themselves!

This is the main entrance of the Somerset Art Association building:

Here is what the visitor first sees upon entering the building:

Jeri Riggs below

My two pieces:

Carol Schepps with her work at the opening:

Tristan Blakeman's piece along with a group of "art concentrated" pieces:

Kevan Lunney at the opening:
(Note: her blazer says "inspiration" on it!)

Barb McKie's wall:

Eileen Lauterborn's wall:

Judy Cuddihee's wall:

One of my small pieces on a pedestal:

Hanging day: Deb Schwartzman and Kevan Lunney with Norma Schlager's art.

Hanging Deb's piece:

A wall of "art concentrated" pieces:

Carolyn Vehslage with her "Orange Marmelade"

Lisa Chipetine's work on the left; Cindy Friedman's work on the right.

Cindy Friedman's work on the left; Norma Schlager's work on the right.

Melissa Craven Fowler's wall:

There are more photos at our Fiber Revolution website, if you'd like to see. These all are there, too, except, perhaps the building and entryway... I should send the entry on to Gloria for uploading!

I hope I have all of these properly labeled. If not, let me know and I'll correct whatever is mislabeled!


Karen Stiehl Osborn said...

Congratulations, Pat! The show looks fabulous!

Helen Cowans said...

Thanks for showing up the pictures - the show looks great! Helen

Beate Knappe said...

Wonderful Art - and congratulations to your work and thanks for visiting my Blog