Sunday, November 6, 2011

Show and Tell

Today I was at the opening of a group show I'm part of, at Satin Moon Quilt Shop. Here is Maya Brouwer with one of her lovely pieces:

I was also to the opening of the Fibres at the Hill show a few days ago, put on by the Vancouver Island Surface Design Association, which was a real pleasure to see, as was visiting with so many familiar faces.


Here I've used Japanese Maple leaves to add colour to this scarf I plan to nuno felt.


And I have started to make nuno pre-felts to build a palette to use in further work. This is some sari silk I got somewhere that really ran alot in the process. You can see the wool fibres have worked through the silk.

4 comments:

yvette said...

interesting beautiful felt you make and the sunflower from the quilt lady is superbe!

joe said...

your nuno's are glorious, yvonne! i've always admired them...it is such an interesting process. oh, if there were only twice as many hours in a day!

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

You have wonderful works and I wish I could see this exhibit. Congratulations and hugs!!! Peace, Mary Helen

Yvonne said...

Yvette - I am enjoying learning as I go and yes, that Sunflower piece of Maya's is really lovely.

Joe - thank you and I can so relate to never enough time to follow all the threads of the fibre journey!

Mary Helen - thank you for your kind words!