Reminder – Fiber Fusion’s Call For Art Ends on March 20th, 2016!

The Fiber Fusion Call for Entry deadline 
is 3 weeks away– March 20th.
Our wish is that we will have a full breadth of surface design artwork to show the public and that as many Washington State SDA members participate as possible. Let’s show the art world the innovation and creativity that is possible!
What is Surface Design
Does your artwork qualify as surface design? The question is still being raised. To me, this definition encapsulates it all, especially the last sentence:
Surface design refers to any process that gives structure, pattern, or color to fiber. Fibers used could include handmade felt, paper, fabric, or basket-making materials. Textile here is defined as any natural or artificial fiber or a non-textile element, such as metal, that takes on the properties of fiber or is used in combination with textiles. To these surface designers dye,paint, print, stitch,and otherwise embellish. More than the methods, surface designers are interested in the unlimited options for enhancing and experimenting with color, texture, and design.
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One comment on “Reminder – Fiber Fusion’s Call For Art Ends on March 20th, 2016!

  1. shannon weber says:

    shannon weber has shared a?OneDrive?file with you. To view it, click the image below.

    [https://api.onedrive.com:443/v1.0/shares/s!AoRHRHgYxQvSgmzTFFUhLPWC8DAh/root/thumbnails/0/c200x150_Crop/content]

    Once again CHEERS to your group putting together shows….Very sad the Oregon does not do this.

    Woop!

    Shannon Weber

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