Enjoy the show! At least virtually...
|In My, Maybe Your Neighbourhood--Ulrikka Mokdad|
If you have a slower internet connection, you can find a lower resolution version of the same video by clicking HERE. The link takes you to my YouTube channel (I hope!).
|Crane--Lialia Kuchma; In My, Maybe Your Neighbourhood--Ulrikka Mokdad|
|Macondo--Alex Friedman; Verdant--Susan Iverson; Daheim (At Home)--Thomas Cronenberg; Blueprint #7--Mary Zicafoose|
|DisConnect--Linda Wallace; Mates--Cecilia Blomberg; Dialogues Through the Veil--Elizabeth J. Buckley; Macondo--Alex Friedman|
|After Albers--Carol Chave; DisConnect--Linda Wallace|
|Tara--Michael F. Rohde; The Witchcraft Series: Alchemists--Anne Jackson; After Albers--Carol Chave|
|Home Safe Home--Becky Stevens; Return--Gunilla Petersson; Postcard for Angela--Tricia Goldberg; Declaration of Independence--Marzena Ziejka; Tara--Michael F. Rohde; The Witchcraft Series: Alchemists--Anne Jackson|
|On center wall: Fractured Square Series: Reds, Blacks & Golds, Square--Donna Loraine Contractor; When Fortune Flowers--Lindsey Marshall; Etude 3--Joyce Hayes; Semblance of the Ancient Ones--Tori S. Kleinert; Skyscape--Mary Cost|
|Seated Woman--Helen Gold; Sunia--Ruth Jones; Little Spinner Girl--Barbara Burns|
Here are some photos from the opening this evening. I have to admit that I am not good at openings or other social events. I came here by myself and though I kept hoping to see someone I knew walk around the corner, it didn't happen. The opening was actually a winter party for all the current shows at the museum. I only made it until about 8pm before I bailed. The bright notes were that the music was okay, I got to talk to the executive director of the museum again about tapestry, and I met Marzena Ziejka who wove the gorgeous Declaration of Independence tapestry. I saw no other people I could finger as tapestry artists. You know how I knew Marzena was a weaver? She was trying to see the back of Michael Rohde's Tara piece. I have spent two days trying to make my head flat so I could see the back of the tapestries. It is kind of torture. She did flip up a corner of hers so I could see it.