SDA-WA Member Activities April

 

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Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry New Quilting Tutorials

Member Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry has posted three detailed quilting tutorial videos.

The first is her complete technique workshop “Soaring Compliments” (79 MB), which shows her piecing and finishing techniques, including “applipiecing,” in detail.
http://www.bryerpatch.com/faq/SoaringCompliments/SoaringComplimentsWorkshop.pdf

The second is “Eye-Dazzling Foundation Piecing in a Compound Curve” (59 MB), a comprehensive workshop with detailed explanations of how to draw your own paper-pieced designs, how to piece them, and how she uses color to achieve scintillating effects.
http://www.bryerpatch.com/faq/FoundationPiecing/FoundationPiecing.pdf

The third is “Button Weed” (11 MB) showing how she developed a series of two quilts, using a simple weed pod as inspiration. This one also shows her “applipiecing” technique.
http://www.bryerpatch.com/images/quiltrecords/button_weed2/ButtonWeedSlideShow.pdf

 


 

Dorothy McGuinness-ZigZag4

Dorothy McGuinness, ZigZag 4. Watercolor paper, acrylic paint, waxed linen thread. Approximately 11″ tall x 15″ wide x 12″ deep.

Dorothy McGuinness at The Island Gallery

“Black, White & Gray”
The Island Gallery
Now through March 31

Member Dorothy McGuinness has work in the show “Black, White & Gray” at The Island Gallery on Bainbridge Island. The show features art from a variety of disciplines in many tones of black, white and gray. Other artists in the show are David Berger, Jan Branham, Wendy Dunder, Pam Galvani Gary Groves, Renee Jameson, Kathryn Lesh, Jacki Moseley and Ayan Rivera. The opening reception was March 2.

The Island Gallery
400 Winslow Way E, #120
Bainbridge Island, WA
206-780-9500

 


 

Diane Williams_Dirt Bag

Diane Williams, Dirt Bag. Mixed media.

Diane Williams at Northwind Arts Center

“Courage to Climb”
Northwind Arts Center
Now through April 2

Diane Williams’s sculpture “Dirt Bag” was juried into the “Courage to Climb” show at Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend. The “Courage to Climb” exhibit is inspired by this year’s Port Townsend Library’s “Community Read” book, My Old Man of the Mountain by Leif Whittaker. According to the Northwind website, “The book is a unique coming-of-age tale on the steep slopes of Everest that lights the imagination and fills an emotional human endeavor with universal meaning. Not everyone can climb mountains of rock and ice, but everyone is challenged by doubts and fears. Our artists endeavor to show us what gives us courage to climb with grace and a dash of humility. The Juror Nathan Barnes is a full-time art professor at Grays Harbor College.” The opening reception was March 3 and the artist’s talk with Juror Nathan Barnes was March 4.

Northwind Arts Center
701 Water Street
Port Townsend, WA
360-379-1086

 


 

Dorothy McGuiness-Flower

Dorothy McGuinness, Flower.

Dorothy McGuinness & Gwen Lowery at Schack Art Center

“21st Juried Art Show”
Schack Art Center
Main Gallery
Now through April 14

Members Dorothy McGuinness and Gwen Lowery have artwork in the 21st Juried Art Show at Schack Art Center. Jurors Chris Hopkins and Gale Johansen selected a diverse collection of pieces in this eclectic and visually stimulating exhibit of more than 100 Northwest artists.

Schack Art Center
2921 Hoyt Avenue
Everett, WA
425-259-5050

 


 

Healing Fissures

Helga Winter, Healing Fissures. Deconstructed book, 13″ x 20″ x 3.5″.

Helga Winter Curates “Women in Wood” Show

“Women in Wood”
Northwind Arts Center
April 5 – 30
Opening Reception: April 7, 5:30 p.m.
Artists’ Talk: April 8, 1:00 p.m.

American Art Company
May 2018

Member Helga Winter, a Port Townsend woodturner and artist, curated “Women in Wood,” at Northwind Arts Center April 5 through 30. Her co-curator Betty Scarpino, from Indianapolis, Indiana, is internationally recognized as one of the masters in her field. She states that “artists create glorious objects when they incorporate their life experiences.”

The show profiles the work of fourteen professional women woodworkers from around the country: Sally Ault, Donna Zils Banfield, Dixie Biggs, Martha Collins, Barbara Dill, Cindy Drozda, Katie Hudnall, Kristin LeVier, Tania Radda, Merryll Saylan, Betty Scarpino, Helga Winter, Molly Winton and Andi Wolfe. The displayed work is as diverse as the women’s professional backgrounds—lawyers, educators, nurses, biologists, agriculturalists and industrial arts teachers—yet all became enamored with wood and changed their original careers.

“Women in Wood” opens during Gallery Walk on Saturday, April 7 at 5:30 p.m. The artists will talk about their work on Sunday, April 8 at 1:00 p.m. Five of the artists will be present.The show will move to the American Art Company in Tacoma in May.

Northwind Arts Center
701 Water Street
Port Townsend, WA
360-379-1086

American Art Company
1126 Broadway Plaza
Tacoma, WA
253-272-4327


 

Barbara De Pirro-kelp forest

Barbara De Pirro, Kelp Forest. Reclaimed plastic bottles.

Barbara De Pirro at  Foss Waterway Seaport

‘Tacoma Ocean Fest”
Foss Waterway Seaport
June 10, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Barbara De Pirro’s “Kelp Forest,” created using hundreds of reclaimed plastic bottles, will be featured at “Tacoma Ocean Fest,”  located at Foss Waterway Seaport on June 10, 2018. “Tacoma Ocean Fest” is a free festival on Tacoma’s waterfront. From the festival website: “Arts, sciences and water help us celebrate the ocean, learn about its threats and get inspired to protect it.”

Foss Waterway Seaport
705 Dock Street
Tacoma, WA

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