You'll find Angela's art in two shows this October, in Ridgefield and Rowayton, CT.
New York City gallery owner Kathryn Markel selected "Winter Afternoon I" for the Ridgefield Guild of Artists' 39th Annual Juried Show, which continues through Sun., Oct. 23. The fiber art landscape is among 81 pieces selected for the show from nearly 300 submitted.
Susan Brown Gordon, painter, jeweler and producer of juried art festivals, chose "Three Seas II," a triptych, for Rowayton Art Center's "Expressions" juried show, which opened Sun., Oct 2, and continues through Sun., Oct. 30. "Three Seas II" is one of 101 pieces selected from nearly 250 submitted.
I find great joy and fulfillment in designing and creating art out of fabric. Not infrequently, art has "happened" when two or more otherwise unacquainted fabric pieces - creased and frayed or flat and squared up - accidentally bumped into each other and became friends. Time in the studio is a feast of experimentation and discovery, as the fabrics take me on adventures in depth, dimension, metaphor and whimsy.