Tag Archive: fiber

Felting Night Out

6:30–8:30pm, Saturday, August 19

Instructor: Elizabeth Jackson

 

Learn to needle felt in this fun and engaging evening of art with friends and refreshments. Enjoy a relaxing and entertaining night out creating your own felted animal to take home.

Learn to create 3-dimensional sculpture using loose wool and needles with instructor Elizabeth Jackson. All materials …

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Call for July: Teach:LEARN Exhibit

Open Call for Juried Art: Calling all artEAST Students!

artEAST is presenting an exhibition for three weeks in July highlighting artwork inspired by classes at artEAST. This is an opportunity for artEAST students to experience a full jury process and have your work available to sell at artEAST.

In addition to student art, Instructor work will also be on …

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Judy Dubester

Pillows

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Quilt Exhibit: I Am

Join us this fall for an exhibit of quilt art from the Pacific Northwest African-American Quilters, on display at Blakely Hall in the Issaquah Highlands.

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Crossing Threads

Join us in June & July for a textile exhibit of works by Lynne Rigby and Maura Donegan, Crossing Threads.

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Touch!

March 2- April 6, 2013 Opening Reception: Saturday, March 2, 6–8pm

Most of the time, galleries post notices that say “Please Don’t Touch”. This is an exhibition to break that barrier and invite gallery visitors to experience art through touch. We will offer special “touch tours” for sight impared, children, and others who are interested. …

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Artist Talk: Layne Goldsmith

Salon Thursday January 24, 2013, 6:30–8:30 pm

Please join us for a talk by Layne Goldsmith on “Tradition and Creativity: Innovations in Fiber Work” in conjunction with our first show of 2013, Stitch. artEAST members and their guests are welcome. This promises to be a fascinating presentation on fiber trends and expansion of …

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Guest Artist: Layne Goldsmith

February 2013 Artist’s Talk: Thursday, January 24, 7:00 pm

artEAST is pleased to announce that our guest artist for February will be Layne Goldsmith, our special guest juror and co-curator for Stitch. Ms Goldsmith’s work will be on display in our front window from January 24th through the end of the Stitch show.

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Stitch

January 11 – February 23, 2013 Opening Reception: January 11, 6–8pm

Stitching is typically associated only with fiber art, but it can be used and interpreted in a variety of mediums. This exhibit shows works in mixed media, glass, fiber, ceramics, and other mediums that use the shapes and/or techniques of knitting, stitching and weaving in …

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Tiarani Samsi

Silk scarves by Tiarani Samsi

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Guest Artist: Suzanne Tidwell

April 2012: Suzanne Tidwell

This month in the front window: Spring Camo by Suzanne Tidwell, 64” x 48”, knit & crochet wool & mohair, $6800. Here’s her story of the piece:

It began as an observation of the sudden sprouting to life that happens every spring.  Damp and dreary stumps explode into life each year and within a …

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Marilyn Rank

Handbags

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