SDA-WA Member Activities September

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Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry Open Studio

Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry will have her Port Townsend (WA) studio open and her fine art quilts on display August 26 to 27, 2017, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

In addition, Ron Gentry will have some of his photography on display and while you are there, you will be able to enjoy Ron and Caryl’s personal collection of quilts and art by other artists.

This is same weekend as the Port Townsend Studio tours, so you will have a chance to see many other studios on the same weekend.

Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry Open Studio
10 Baycliff Place
Port Townsend, WA 98368
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Barbara De Pirro Upcoming Classes

Textural Surfaces
On Saturday, August 26, Barbara De Pirro will be teaching a “Textural Surfaces” workshop in Seattle, a full-day class. She’ll be bringing an assortment of grounds, pastes and gels for each student to explore. All Golden products and most tools/materials are provided. These are some of the products we’ll be exploring in the class: Gesso, Absorbent Ground, Pastel Ground, Lt. Molding Paste, Coarse Molding Paste, Molding Paste, Fiber Paste, Crackle Paste, Glass Bead Gel.

August 26, 11–4
Artist & Craftsman
4350 8th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA
ONLINE Registration

$100

Painted Papers for Collage
Create your own hand painted papers for collage, book arts and cards! There are many different ways to create pattern and texture on paper; stenciling, stamping, masking, combing, dabbling, dry brush, splatter, drip and drizzle… to name a few. You will explore these methods using acrylic paints in combination with a range of acrylic mediums and gels. Get ready to make your own sumptuous one-of-a-kind papers during this playfully productive workshop!

September 3, 11–4
Artist & Craftsman
4350 8th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA
ONLINE Registration
$100
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GOLDEN LECTURE: Printmaking with Acrylics
Join us for a lecture and demonstration of Printmaking techniques using GOLDEN Acrylics. We will show you many stress free printmaking techniques, no press required. We will provide an overview of the many surfaces available for printing, as well as the array of GOLDEN Acrylic Paints that are suitable for making multiple prints. Attendees leave with new creative possibilities and ideas for small prints, greeting cards, journaling, fabric applications, as well as techniques for larger professional applications. Attendees will receive Information packets and free samples.

September 9, 1–3
Artist & Craftsman
616 St Helens Ave, Tacoma, WA
ONLINE Registration
FREE

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Printmaking with Acrylics
Learn the basics of creating monotype, collagraph and relief printed images. All of these methods create unique results; the pressure of printing creates texture and pattern not possible when painting directly on paper. You will explore techniques of transferring imagery without a press, using water based media, acrylic paints and slow drying mediums. The actual process of creating each print encourages spontaneity and openness to fresh unexpected results. Create art that can stand on its own or a supply of prints, ideal for mixed media compositions.

September 24, 11–4
Artist & Craftsman
4350 8th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA
ONLINE Registration
$100

 

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Image Transfers & Acrylic Skins
Discover the range of acrylic gels and mediums that can be used to create image transfers. Explore how to transfer laser copies of your own artwork, drawings or photographs onto the surface of your paintings or collages. Learn how to create Image Transfer Skins and Paint Skins. Gain a broad understanding of product, material, method, tips and tricks. These techniques are an excellent way to develop transparent and translucent imagery, text and texture, incorporating layers into your paintings, collages or mixed media works.

October 7, 11–5
Schack Art Center
2921 Hoyt Avenue, Everett, WA
Contact for Registration (425) 259-5050 or ONLINE
$110

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GOLDEN LECTURE: Mixed Media
A lecture for all levels and backgrounds, from painters, mixed media, fiber to sculptural artists… ideas for all! This presentation covers a wide variety of techniques for use in a wide range of media. Learn about GOLDEN Acrylic paints, gels, mediums and grounds, plus QoR Watercolors. This is a great place for beginners and experienced artists alike to learn new techniques and be inspired by innovative applications. Attendees will receive Information packets and free samples.

August 20, 1–3
Schack Art Center
2921 Hoyt Avenue, Everett, WA
Contact for Registration: (425) 259-5050
FREE
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September 13, 6–8:30
Peninsula Arts Association
2621 John’s Prairie Rd. (P.U.D. # 3), Shelton, WA
ONLINE Registration
FREE
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September 16, 1–3
Allied Arts Association
89 Lee Boulevard, Richland, WA
Contact for Registration (509) 943-9815, info@galleryatthepark.org or ONLINE
FREE
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All products graciously provided by Golden Artist Colors for all workshops.
Supply list provided upon registration.
Contact for Registration: depirro@earthlink.net
For more info: http://www.depirro.com/


Mary Ashton Papermaking Classes

Mary Ashton Studio has newly added papermaking classes in September.

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Introduction to Western Papermaking
Using Western-European papermaking techniques, students will explore variations on traditional vat sheet forming.  Discussions will include various equipment, ways of making pulp, recycling, inclusions, layering, making large sheets from small frame and intro to three-dimensional techniques.
2 days | Sept 2, 3 | 9:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m. | $175

 

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Pulp Painting and Big Paper
Pulp painting is a form of painting paper on paper. Paper pulp, usually cotton, is overbeaten to make a fine slurry which is then pigmented to form a personal palette. These specially pigmented pulps are applied to a freshly pulled sheet of paper using a variety of techniques to execute the desired effect or image. The painting can be very abstract or very exacting depending upon the tools used. Application can be free hand or with the aid of tools, stencils, monoprints and a variety of additives. It is very fluid and rather that a work on paper, the image is the final work of paper. The result may be complete or the pulp painting may be augmented by printmaking, collage or any other technique that might be enjoyed by the artist. It is a great crossover technique to expand an artist’s skills.
2 days | Sept 3, 4 | 9:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m. | $175

All classes have a materials fee of $25. Classes are held at the Seattle studio in the University/Roosevelt area (directions are sent prior to class). All papermaking classes are limited to six students. For registration, contact Mary Ashton (email: maryashtonstudio at earthlink.net) with your name and telephone number.

 

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SDA-WA Member Activities May

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Gwen Lowery, “Corona 1”

Gwen Lowery Receives People’s Choice Award at the Schack Art Center

SDA member Gwen Lowery’s piece “Corona 1” was voted best in show by viewers, winning the People’s Choice Award at the Schack Art Center for SDA-Washington’s “Fiber Fusion” Show, which ran March 9 to April 15. Congratulations, Gwen.

 


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“Gathering: Six Northwest Basketry Artists” at Spaceworks Gallery

“Gathering: Six Northwest Basketry Artists” is an exhibition of six basketry artists who are members of the National Basketry Organization and they represent the diversity of traditional and non-traditional approaches to the making of Pacific Northwest basketry. The works are created out of a diverse range of materials using a variety of basketry techniques. The participating artists are Lanny Bergner, Jill Nordfors Clark, Katherine Lewis, Dona Anderson, Danielle Bodine, and Peeta Tinay. The window display is at Spaceworks Gallery on the corner of 11th and Broadway in Tacoma, WA. This exhibition is in conjunction with “Tradition and Innovation in Basketry IX: National Basketry Organization 2017 Conference” held in Tacoma from July 18–22, 2017. http://nationalbasketry.org/

The exhibition will be on display from April 5 through July 2017.

 


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“NOW: Beauty and Paradox” at MUSEO Gallery

Ten Northwest artists explore contemporary issues through beautifully crafted paintings, sculpture, mixed media and ceramic works designed to express deeper paradoxical meaning. Each artist employs her unique artistic expression: ironic, whimsical, even outraged to create interest and engagement.  Collaboration between Museo Gallery and Nancy Loorem Adams.

SDA members Nancy Loorem Adams, Danielle Bodine, Natalie Olsen, and Patricia Resseguie will be exhibiting their artwork along with Dona Anderson, Jill Nordfors Clark, Maxine Martell, Jane Richlovsky, Inge Roberts and Sande Wascher-James. Please join the artists for the opening reception Saturday, May 6, 5–7 p.m. The show runs through May 29, 2017.

MUSEO Gallery
215 First Street/P. O. Box 548
Langley, WA 98260
museo@whidbey.com
Tel: 360.221.7737
http://www.museo.cc

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Nancy Loorem Adams, “Strung Out,” 24″H x 16″W x 10″D, cedar, walnut and fir veneer, paint and lacquer.

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Danielle Bodine, “Forbidden Love,” 3l”H x 18″W x 10″D, mulberry paper, coiled waxed linen, plastic tubes, wires, plastic plant.

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Natalie Olsen, “Loin Cloth”

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Patricia Resseguie, “Metamorphosis Vessel 8,” 2″H x 5″W x 6″D, metallic thread and jewelers’ wire.

 


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“Port Townsend Wearable Art Show” in Port Townsend

The seventh annual 2017 Port Townsend Wearable Art Show is May 13 at 2 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. SDA-North Peninsula chapter artists accepted into Po​r​t Townsend Wearable Art Show this year include: Donna Lark-Weiner, Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry, Michelle Johnson, Janice Speck, Judith Bird and Joyce Wilkerson. Tickets, ranging from $25–75, are available here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2722563

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Joyce Wilkerson working on “Seagrass Zia Jacket,” in progress

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Joyce Wilkerson, “Seagrass Zia Jacket” in progress

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Judith Bird, “Imagined Africa” in progress

 


Arisa Brown Receives Scholarship from the Northwest Designer Craftsmen

SDA member Arisa Brown received a scholarship from the Northwest Designer Craftsmen to attend the National Basketry conference this summer. “Tradition and Innovation in Basketry IX” will be at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington, from July 18 to 23, 2017. More info: http://nationalbasketry.org

 

Fiber Fusion Artists’ Talk Sunday

Our very successful traveling exhibition, Fiber Fusion, is now at the halfway point. It opened at the Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend on February 2.

If you haven’t seen it yet, you are in for a treat—a great number of beautiful, intriguing, witty and questioning works in fiber! In neutral to vibrant colors! In all sizes! 2- and  3-D!

As part of the exhibition, you are invited to an artists’ talk and presentation on Sunday, February 12 from 1 to 2 p.m.

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Cloth, Shadow, Line by Joyce Wilkerson

Joyce Wilkerson will tell us about her work “Cloth, Shadow, Line,” which pairs a textile fragment with a photograph. Joyce is primarily a weaver, and is also interested in printmaking and photography. In her work, she explores the greater whole created by the dialogue between the media.

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11-13-15 Dinner at La Belle Equipe Smoke Dress by Jeannie McMacken

Jeannie McMacken will introduce us to her ephemeral piece, “11-13-15  Dinner at La Belle Equipe Smoke Dress.” This is Jeannie’s emotional response to the recent terrorist attack in Paris. To express her horror and grief Jeannie experimented with unexpected materials, and presents us with a very moving work.

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Zambia by Judith Bird

Judith Bird will describe the making of her piece “Zambia,” which combines two surfaces, one a handwoven and one a silk fabric, both dyed in contemporary interpretations of Japanese shibori techniques.

We look forward to seeing you at the artists’ talk!

SDA-WA Member Activities January

Maura Donegans piece “Wander” in the VALA Art Center Fiber Fusion show received the most votes for the People’s Choice award. Maura will receive a $50 gift certificate donated by Blick Materials, a sponsor for the show. Congratulations, Maura!

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“Wander” by Maura Donegan. Photographer: Crystal Edwards.

 


SDA Washington’s Working Group, a five-month support group that uses Artists U materials “to build sustainable lives,” has reached the halfway point. Through the working group, artists develop their own strategic plan and learn useful information in reaching their goals. There are four members in the group: SDA artists Arisa Brown, Faith Hagenhofer, Francesca Penchant and Rebecca Wachtman.

Artists U supplies its working groups with the book Making Your Life As an Artist, a workbook, videos, and a curriculum. So far, feedback about the working group has been positive. Francesca says that she likes that “the curriculum and materials are all set up for you and totally free, so it’s easy to do your own group.” Faith says, “I was actually really impressed by some of the simple messages from the book and the reinforcing videos.” She likes getting “the affirmation for project management skills that being an artist has developed in me,” and how Artists U “really parses the steps I need to take to reach toward any goals I may have.” According to Rebecca, “I strongly suggest joining a group if you have the chance!” If you are interested in starting an Artists U group, see http://www.artistsu.org/working.

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Christina Fairley Erickson is conducting a Dye and Embroider Mini-Workshop at Redmond Senior Center on Wednesday, January 5 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in conjunction with the Fiber Fusion show. See how you can dye silk fabric in minutes, and then try your hand at some simple embroidery stitches to make a small hand-dyed felt and silk composition. All supplies included in a $5 supply fee payable to Christina. Christina is an award-winning fiber and mixed media artist. Her pieces feature both hand and machine embroidery, as well as hand-dyed and painted fabric. Register by calling 425.556.2300. For more information about the class, see a recent student’s blog post https://ksimonwriterblog.wordpress.com/2016/12/19/fiber-fusion-workshop/ or email event.surfacedesignwa@gmail.com.

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Cynthia Stenz has a solo show at Social Fabric Gallery & Boutique, 1302 Commercial Street in Bellingham, WA through December. See http://www.socialfabricart.com/cynthia-stentz-art-show.html

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Cameron Anne Mason was selected as the feature artist for the Chateau Ste Michelle Winery 2013 Meritage Artist Series wine. She shares this recognition with Dale Chihuly, as well as other distinguished artists. See Chateau Ste Michelle video featuring Cameron here https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=PI7uPedhTrg and Cameron’s blog post http://www.surfacedesign.org/cheers-to-fiber-art/.  Cameron is represented by the Foster/White Gallery in Seattle.

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“Folio One” by Cameron Anne Mason

To find a meeting, see  https://surfacedesignwa.com/meetings/.

Member Opportunities and Activities October 2016

Hi SDA-WA!  We have a lot of wonderful opportunities and activities taking place.  We invite you to take a look – there is a lot of interesting things to peak your interest!!

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We are looking for an WA SDA member(s) to organize and run a holiday sale at the VALA Art Center in conjunction with the Fiber Fusion exhibition and Redmond’s biggest yearly event- Redmond Lights on December 3.  Organizer(s) will receive a share in commission on sales.  Smaller pieces (under $20-$80) are recommended.  Please let us know if you are interested at event.surfacedesignwa@gmail.com.   The deadline for response is October 9th.  More information here https://surfacedesignwa.com/2016/09/30/wa-sda-holiday-sale-opportunity/)

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SDA Summer Intensive in Portland, OR August 3-6, 2017          

Washington State SDA Members have been invited to volunteer for committees to plan the 2017 SDA Intensive at the Oregon College of Arts and Crafts in Portland, OR, August 3-6, 2017. If you are interested in being part of one of these committees which include Key Note Speaker Strategy Group, Breakout Sessions Strategy Group, Events, Marketing Assistance, Exhibitions, and others, please write to me at bjmatthews76@comcast.net or you can contact Danielle Kelly sdadmkelly@gmail.com or Astrid Bennett ahbennettsda@gmail.com directly.  It will be so exciting to have the conference here in our own backyard.  The event is being held in collaboration with the Oregon College of Arts and Crafts in Portland.  More information here  http://www.surfacedesign.org/events-exhibits/conferences/

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Third annual show of art by the members of the Eastside SDA area curated by SDA Eastside leader, Crystal Edwards.

The show is from October 1-31.   Meet the Artist and SDA Meeting on Sunday, October 16th, 2:00pm until 5:00pm.  An open discussion with artist and guests about the artwork and its creation.  Located at the Vision 5 North Gallery, 8525 163RD CT NE, Redmond, WA 98052. https://www.facebook.com/events/1115559445218214/

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Paper Translations

A show at the Kirkland Art Center curated by SDA Member Mary Ashton featuring five SDA WA members— Dona Anderson, Mary Ashton, Danielle Bodine, Zia Gipson, Lois James, Dorothy McGuinness, Jean-Marie Tarascio and Sande Wascher-James http://www.kirklandartscenter.org/eo/events/paper-translations/

 

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The Unfortunate Life of Miss Irene B – Merit Winner. By Jeannie McMacken

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Four members of SDA-WA North Peninsula Chapter—Jeannie McMacken (Merit Winner!), Cathie Wier, Pat Herkal and Cheri Kopp—  were juried into the October “Poem Inspired” show at Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend. More information here  https://surfacedesignwa.com/2016/10/01/member-activities-september-2016/

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Roberta Nelson had three pieces showing at the Arts of the Terrace Mountlake Terrace Juried Exhibiton September 24 – October 9, 2016. Her piece Adaptations #2 won third place in the Artisans category. http://www.cityofmlt.com/1761/Arts-of-the-Terrace-Juried-Art-Show

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Lanny Bergner was juried into the Bellevue Art Museum Bienniel show, “Metalmorphosis”.  More information here http://www.bellevuearts.org/exhibitions/bam_biennial_2016.html

 

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Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry completed Garden Party #2 on September 24. You can see the whole story and lots of close-up images at
http://www.bryerpatch.com/images/quiltrecords/GardenParty2/GardenParty2.html

 

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Gary Gillespie won Best in the Show for the Inspired by Fort Nisqually Art Show in Tacoma. The honor comes with a $300 prize.  http://gjgillespieartist.blogspot.com/p/two-native-american

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Lois Gaylord October 27 – 29: Seattle Weavers’ Guild Annual Show and Sale, Nov. 5th: 6th Annual Kadima Judaica and More Gift Sale. November 19 and 20th: Oddmall Emporium of the Weird (booth #92)

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Inside SDA email news from SDA http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=77b5b97df3c2d1ddc42c89093&id=26d20e3ff4&e=5697d8423c

Exhibition in Print Deadline Extended  to October 15th.  Surface Design Association proudly presents its first annual Exhibition In Print (EIP), dedicating the Winter 2016 issue of the Surface Design Journal to showcasing the finest in fiber and textile media arts. Jurors are Marci Rae McDade (Editor, Surface Design Journal) and Mark Newport (Head of Fibers, Cranbrook Academy of Art). Deadline for entry has been extended to October 15, 2016. Entry fee $20 for SDA Members, $45 for Non-Members. Open to all artists working in, or inspired by, fiber arts. Apply to the SDA Inaugural Exhibition in Print at the Call for Entry: Click Here https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=3620 Information can also be found on the main website:  Click Here. http://www.surfacedesign.org/events-exhibits/exhibits/

BC SDA Events and News http://surfacedesignbc.org/newsletters/Creative-Connections-September-2016-Final.pdf?utm_source=Newsletter+ONLY&utm_campaign=f3b07cd92d-September+Newsletter+Secondary&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_4756131398-f3b07cd92d-210131777

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Other Community Events

Call for Artists for the 7th annual Port Townsend Wearable Art Show scheduled for May 13, 2017. Our application can be found here www.ptwearableart.com. The application deadline is Dec 12.

Pacific NW Art School30th Aniversary Party, November 5th.  https://pacificnorthwestartschool.org/events/

Gail Harker classes http://www.gailcreativestudies.com/

Friends of Asian Art — October 7: Private FA3 Kyoto Arts & Antique Tour/Talk,Kyoko Maeda and Jay Gregg have been wholesaling Japanese antiques for approximately 25 years. Based in Kyoto, Seattle is their only port of call inthe U.S.  More Information here http://friendsofasianart.org/calendar.html

Seattle Art Museum–Yves Saint Laurent, “The Perfection of Style”, October 11-January 8, 2017 http://seattleartmuseum.org/

Bellevue Art Museum—BAM Biennial 2016: Metalmorphosis.  September 2, 2016 – February 5, 2017

More information here. http://www.bellevuearts.org/exhibitions/bam_biennial_2016.html

Artist Trust 30th Birthday party http://www.strangertickets.com/events/36329728/artist-trust-30th-birthday-party

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WA Regional SDA Meetings

Eastside—Saturday, October 1st opening reception of “Surface Speculations”, Eastside SDA’s 3rd annual show at Vision 5 North Gallery,  Sunday, October 16th 2-5PM meet the artists and meeting at Vision 5 North Gallery, 8525 163RD CT NE, Redmond, WA 98052.

 

North Central (Wenatchee, Manson, Leavenworth area) –For more information, please email Geraldine at gwarner@nwi.net

North Peninsula (Jefferson, Clallam, and Kitsap Counties)– SDA-NP meeting: Wednesday, October 12 at the Port Angeles Library, Coffey Room, beginning at 3 pm. We’ll discuss upcoming shows/possibilities (including the Veterans’ Show at the Library) and have info about Fiber Fusion local opportunities. For more information: jeannie@blueheartstudio.com.

North Sound (Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcom and Island Counties)—Fourth Monday of the month, Monday, October 24th at Gail Harker Center for Creative Arts,12636 Chilberg Rd.,Mt. Vernon, WA 9827. Meeting start time 6:30 p.m.

South Central WA Surface Design Group:  We will meet at the home of our newest member, Deborah Ann on October 12, 10 am (9:45 for coffee and conversation).  Deborah Ann lives at 310 Locust Ave, Yakima 98901.  The topic will be show and tell, seeing Deborah Ann’s studio, foiling and a design exercise.  Email Vicki Gerton (vgerton@gmail.com) for directions and what to bring.

Seattle—October 19th from 11AM-1PM at the Delridge Seattle Library.  The theme is what inspires our art.  Roberta Nelson will provide an exercise from Jane Dunnewold’s book, Creative Strength Training.

South Sound – Meets quarterly, next meeting in January, 2017.  More information to follow.  Please contact Faith Hagenhofer faithkeh@hotmail.com.

Whidbey Island — please contact Debra Calkins dcalkins@whidbey.com for more information.

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More Information about the Fiber Fusion traveling exhibition and SDA in general.

Surface Design Washington

Fiber Fusion Exhibition– SDAFiberFusionShow.org

Surface Design Washington—SurfaceDesignWA.com

Facebook.com/SurfaceDesignWA

Instagram.com/SDAWashington

Twitter.com/SurfaceDesignwa

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Surface Design National and International

Website–SurfaceDesign.org

Facebook.com/SurfaceDesign

Instagram.com/surface_design

Twitter.com/surface_design

Unmade Bed – Opening October 7th, 2016

201610calkinsUnmade Bed An Exhibit on the Sex Slave Trade, curated by Debra Calkins, Whidbey Island Surface Design and SDA member.

Prostitution is said to be the oldest profession in the world. The reality is that prostitution is the oldest ongoing abuse. Unmade Bed is an exhibit of visual art that tackles the heart response to the sex slave trade. We hold in our hands and hearts the ability to stop this inhumane practice. Participating artists from western Washington invite the public to come respond to this powerful topic and exhibit.

The art ranges from photography to encaustic to video to fiber by artists: Debra Calkins, Christina Fairley-Erickson, Jan Fisher, Julie Gautier-Downs, Mary Hilkey, Barbara Matthews, Marie Plakos, Diane Reardon, and Cheryl Weisz. This exhibit will be at the Whidbey Island Center for the Arts, located at 565 Camano Ave, Langley, WA. The exhibit opening will be on October 7, 4:00pm – 7:30pm. The exhibit will extend to October 8 , 1:00pm – 7:30pm; and October 9, 12:30pm – 2:00pm.

SDA-WA Eastside Members Call For Art!

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Hi SDA-WA. This post is specifically for members of SDA-WA from the Eastside (including Renton, Fall City, North Bend, Redmond, Newcastle, Bellevue, Issaquah, Kirkland, Woodinville, Carnation, Medina, Mercer Island, Sammamish, Snoqualmie or Bothell).

 
Eastside SDA-WA members are now able to enter the regional show portion of the Fiber Fusion exhibition. This show will run concurrently with Fiber Fusion at VALA Art Center at Redmond Town Center from November 10, 2016 – January 15, 2017. Artwork is to be no greater than 12” in any dimension. For all of the show requirements and more information, the entry form is online at: