5/26/16 - 8/27/16
Radical Elements
Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts, Melbourne, Florida •  May 26, 2016 - August 27, 2016.
 

Curator: Jill Rumoshosky Werner 
Managing Curator: Gigi Kandler


Our physical world is created out of the chemical elements, from hydrogen to platinum to arsenic. For this exhibition, each of the selected artists created a new work influenced by an element from the periodic table. Inspirations came from anything relating to that element, whether it is a play on the name, its color or the products made from it. Both representational and abstract works were welcomed.

The artists were also asked to move quilting beyond the usual materials of fabric and thread, exploring the function and decorative properties of different surfaces and stitching materials. This exhibition was the first to embrace the newly expanded definition of an art quilt and is a signature exhibition for SAQA. 
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9/24/16 - 1/8/17
Radical Elements
The International Museum of Art and Science, McAllen, Texas •  September 24, 2016 - January 8, 2017
 

Curator: Jill Rumoshosky Werner 
Managing Curator: Gigi Kandler


Our physical world is created out of the chemical elements, from hydrogen to platinum to arsenic. For this exhibition, each of the selected artists created a new work influenced by an element from the periodic table. Inspirations came from anything relating to that element, whether it is a play on the name, its color or the products made from it. Both representational and abstract works were welcomed.

The artists were also asked to move quilting beyond the usual materials of fabric and thread, exploring the function and decorative properties of different surfaces and stitching materials. This exhibition was the first to embrace the newly expanded definition of an art quilt and is a signature exhibition for SAQA. 
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5/18/15 - 10/19/15
Radical Elements

Radical Elements

--National Academy of Sciences, Washington D.C.,May 18-October 19, 2015

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Curator: Jill Rumoshosky Werner 
Managing Curator: Gigi Kandler


Our physical world is created out of the chemical elements, from hydrogen to platinum to arsenic. For this exhibition, each of the selected artists created a new work influenced by an element from the periodic table. Inspirations came from anything relating to that element, whether it is a play on the name, its color or the products made from it. Both representational and abstract works were welcomed.

The artists were also asked to move quilting beyond the usual materials of fabric and thread, exploring the function and decorative properties of different surfaces and stitching materials. This exhibition was the first to embrace the newly expanded definition of an art quilt and is a signature exhibition for SAQA. 
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10/3/2014-10/5/2014
La Conner Museum of Quilts and Textiles
Traditional Quilts ~ Art Quilts ~ Wearable Art ~ Fiber Art
October 3, 4, & 5, 2014
Friday & Saturday 10:00am – 6:00pm, Sunday 10:00am – 4:30pm

Our annual Festival will feature a Juried & Judged Show of traditional quilts, art quilts, wearable art, and fiber art in Maple Hall and the La Conner Civic Garden Club, both locations within a half-block of the La Conner Quilt & Textile Museum. Four days of workshops (see below) include:  embroidery, applique (hand, fused, or raw edge) with color & design, painting & foiling. Maple Hall features the Show, specialty vendors, silent auction, and hands-on quilt & fiber art demonstrations. The Garden Club hosts more vendors, plus Wearables and Fiber Arts. Admission to the Museum is included.
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4/3/2014 - 5/9/2014
RADICAL ELEMENTS
Radical Elements 
 
Cafritz Foundation Arts Center
Montgomery College of Art
Silver Springs, Maryland
April 3 - May 9, 2014

 
Our physical world is created out of the chemical elements, from hydrogen to platinum to arsenic. For this exhibit, each of the selected artists will create a new work that is influenced by an element from the periodic table. Inspirations can come from anything relating to that element, whether it is a play on the name, its color or the products made from it. Both representational and abstract works are welcomed.

As the second part of the Radical Elements theme, the artists will also be asked to move quilting beyond the usual materials of fabric and thread, exploring the function and decorative properties of different surfaces and stitching materials. This exhibit is the first to embrace the newly expanded definition of an art quilt and will be a signature exhibition for SAQA.  

Curator: Jill Rumoshosky Werner


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4/1/14 - 4/28/14
OXYGEN PROVIDERS
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