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Through the Needle's Eye 21 Exhibit

The Embroiderers Guild of America's Through the Needle’s Eye Exhibit will travel for three years (until 2020). It opened September 15, 2017 at the Transylvania Community Arts Council in Brevard, NC. This is a free exhibit of 46 pieces displaying a wide variety of needlework techniques. Two of my works juried in and Bright Angel Canyon II shown above won the Carolinas Region Award. Thanks to Cheryl Christian for the photo. The piece on the right is Flowers of Rosendal. Next stops for the exhibit are EGA Headquarters in Louisville, KY from Nov 1, 2017 to March 12, 2018 and the Gilbert Historical Museum in Gilbert, AZ from April 3to May 12, 2018.


Art Institute of Charlotte, Charlotte Quilters Guild Exhibit


Nov - Dec 2017 with a beautiful exhibit opening event that included a campus tour and terrific food prepared by culinary students.




Cabarrus Art Guild

Nov -Dec 2017. Honorable Mention for Sangre de Cristo. First time a fiber piece has been recognized in this exhibit.



Complex: The Art in Mixed Media Exhibition

Feb 3 - July 15, 2016 at the Embroiderers' Guild of America, Louisville, KY

The Heron in Autumn



The 20th National Exhibit of the Embroiderers' Guild of America, Through the Needle's Eye, travelled for three years throughout the U.S. Over 70 embroidered works juried into the exhibit.


Keepers of the Spirits of Water and Fire received the Carolinas Region Award




                                        Grand Tetons: Snow in Summer                                                          Nordfjord Resurrection


Exhibition at the Bosque Museum, Clifton, TX June 2 - August 30, 2015

Fabric Art: New Expressions in Fabric and Stitch

curated by Cheryl Christian, PhD



Rio Grande (8" x 10"), a fabric collage on Lutradur        Sangre de Cristo Mountains (8"x 10"), a fabric collage

featuring soluble fabric work and Tyvek cliffs             on Lutradur featuring Tyvek cliffs and tulle ribbon


Tea and Stitches (11" x 14" design area) on 24 count congress cloth with gel transfer teaset,

Lutradur plant, plastic mesh lattice, lace attachment, bullion knot curls, heat treated sheers,

cotton edge treatment, beads, ribbon roses my way, and detached buttonhole stitch snood.


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