Archives for the month of: March, 2016

Fiona ( 7 year old grand daughter and fashion guru)  and I were on a mission

3 baby scarves

to knit 3 x baby scarves before it got  too hot to ever want to wear one. With temperatures above 70 F today, we may be pushing the envelope.


The catalogue for the exhibit “Focus:Fiber 2016” showing  “Golden Boy”

Is this the first time that a punch needle piece has made it to the front cover of a National Fiber Art Exhibit catalog?

Very excited and honored to be part of this National Contemporary Fiber Art Show.

On Friday, June 17th, don’t miss the lecture by International Fiber Artist Jane Sauer at the Cleveland Museum of Art .

On Saturday, June 18th, Jane will present a Critique Workshop

On Sunday, June 19th, Jane will give a presentation on Gallery/Artist practices.

'Golden Boy' at Kent State (2)




A small sampling of what is on display at the 2016 Biennial Juried Exhibition at the Museum of Art, Greenville NC

2 pieces at GMA

My two pieces on the panel, “La Primavera” silk collage (on top) and “The Cup of Kindness” tapestry ( on bottom)


“Reverb” by Richard Lund, chalk on paper

3 pieces at GMA

on top: “Self portrait with sock monkey” by Kelly Taylor, oil on canvas Underneath: “Remembrances and Regrets” by Christopher Austin, ink on paper. ” Migrants” by Pam Toll, oil and fabric remnants on canvas

Quasi-delft bequest

“Quasi-delft Bequest” by Stacy Rexrode Bloom, permanent marker on plastic plates                                  Best in Show


“Stressin’ ” by Jamal Koberb, mixed media

I am Mvsoke

“I am Mvsoke” by Nancy White, watercolor and pastels

panel 2 and 3

“Panel 2 and Panel 3 ” by Jessica Dupuis, ceramic on MDF panel


“Broken” by Henry Stint, mixed media and “Heal” by Nancy White, charcoal

Here is some of the artwork that was on show at the Greenville Museum of Art, juried by Theresa N Hammond, Director and Curator  of the Guilford College Art Gallery, Greensboro. A fascinating collection  that showed a huge range of ideas, styles and techniques. This is a fraction of the work on display and my apologies to the other artists whose work is not featured here; it is an honor to be part of this show. There is still time to visit and see all the artists, which I highly recommend.  Thanks to Charlotte Fitz Daniels and the staff at the Museum of Art for their support and enthusiasm.

The show runs from February 5-April 24, 2016. For more information, go to


Reconquering Burgundy, resurrecting Charles the Bold

Cooking Without Limits

Food Photography & Recipes

Photography Art Plus

Photography, Animals, Flowers, Nature, Sky

Fibre art by Jean Ottosen

NC Alternative Crops and Organics

art in fibers and fabric

around the garden

art in fibers and fabric


art in fibers and fabric